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Big Brother Housemate and Rising Pop Star, Jaycee, Joins Premier Artists For Bookings (EXCLUSIVE)

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Big Brother Housemate and Rising Pop Star, Jaycee, Joins Premier Artists For Bookings (EXCLUSIVE)

TikTok star turned Big Brother housemate, Jaycee, has linked with Mushroom Group’s Premier Artists for live bookings as he gears up to hit the road in June.

The singer-songwriter – who found fame on TikTok where he has over 1.3 million followers – was one of two musicians who entered the Big Brother house on Monday alongside Taras.

Jaycee was born and raised in Perth and in 2018 began busking on the streets. He has since released four self-produced projects – “Modern Day”, “Because It’s Summer”, “OneSongOneDream” and “Life Goes On” – and says he has more than 75 songs in his catalogue.

The 23-year-old joins an impressive roster at Premier Artists, including Jimmy Barnes, Hilltop Hoods, Guy Sebastian and more. Jaycee will be repped by the agency’s Ben Sarros.

“I’m very excited to be working with Jaycee and his team,” Sarros said. “He has all the makings to become the next big superstar and it’s just a matter of time. Watch this space.”

Jaycee has played iconic festivals Groovin The Moo and ‘One Dayers’, and previously supported The Veronicas. He also closed out the inaugural NBL Cup at John Cain Arena by performing the halftime show.

Jaycee’s co-manager, Julian Palei of Modern Day Entertainment, said working with the team at the “iconic Mushroom Group” has been a longtime dream of his.

“I’m very excited to work closely with Ben, Joe and the rest of the team at Premier to give fans all across Australia the opportunity to see Jaycee live in concert,” Palei said.

The Jamaican-Australian has also this week announced a six-date Calm Before the Storm tour along Australia’s east coast in june to promote a new mixtape of the same name.

“It will be an epic, yet intimate experience for fans as I take them on a journey – deep-diving through my catalogue, where they will get to know a little more about me and the story behind the music,” the multi-instrumentalist said.

“It will be a night of inspiration, singalongs and great vibes.”

This article originally appeared on The Industry Observer, which is now part of The Music Network.

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