|I Wanna Be Bad|
|What You Won't Do|
Agent Jayne is a mysterious, seductive, femme fatale archetype rapper born in New Jersey whose charm entices her audiences into an irresistible desire to enjoy her music. Bond’s mystical character can be described as having an influence similar to an enchantress secret agent.
On May 14, 2011 part of Jayne’s mission was accomplished by releasing her CD titled “Word is Bond…Jayne Bond 009” online (Island Def Jam Digital Distribution). The CD conceals eight songs: 1) Don’t Fall in Love…2) I Wanna Be Bad…3) What You Won’t Do…4) Under the Influence…5) Live In the Moment…6) I Make the Clothes…7) What Ya Want From Me…and 8) Only Human. You can cop a copy on iTunes, Myspace or Amazon now.
In June, 2010 “Jayne Bond 009” first mission was "Licensed to Kill Mixtape" (LTK) hosted by DJ Envy (the People’s Choice of 105.1 fm and MTV2); it included twelve tunes, such as, “I Like Tricks” a song about “how girls try to get all they can out of boys and boys try to get all they can into girls” and “Bad Chick” a tune on empowering girls to be self sufficient. LTK has been downloaded 860,000 plus for free by her agents (fans) ranging between the ages of 13 – 65, males & females.
Jayne’s music can be heard on the radio, mixtapes, and internet sites around the world, such as, YouTube, Reverbnation, Facebook, MySpace, DJ Fade’s; That Crack Mixtape, Jango, Last.fm, and Blogtalk Radio, etc. DJ Envy quoted, “She’s a problem, and she gets busy”. While performing live Jayne mesmerizes and lures her agents into having a good time & enjoying the show. Bond has even opened for such great rappers as “Nelly” at First Union Arena in Philadelphia, PA and “Remy Ma” at Club Poluska in Roselle, New Jersey, just to mention a couple. Bond has even performed at the world famous Apollo Theatre in Harlem, NY, Delancey & Don Hills in New York, NY and the world famous Toad’s Place & Lilly’s Pad, in New Haven, CT.
She gets it in!
She quoted, “Being in a male dominated industry, she is not intimidated, because her image, stage performance, lyrical skills and flow can go hard with the best.” Enjoy the flow!