Omega Jade made her start in 2016 with stand up comedy. Six months after her first open mic, she was asked to be in her first show. An all black line up with the name of Darker Side of Comedy, produced by Jade Marcotte. After the thrill of the first show, there was no stopping her grind. Eventually, that lead her to creating, producing and hosting her own show. A show that mixed two things she loved. Comedy and Hip Hop. It was called Rhyme & Unreason. The show involved stand up comedians doing their regular routines and MCs interpreting the routine with a freestyle verse. It was fresh, fun, and lasted a whole year. And then a pandemic happened. But while producing this show, she released her debut album Wounded Healer. She was given the opportunity to go on tour to open for Pace Won. After Lydia Clemmons (Clemmons Family Farm) heard her album she offered Omega Jade a freelance project. The Hoop House Project in collaboration with Zafa Wines. And she has been working creatively with them ever since. When she’s not making music or writing poetry, she is molding young minds in the Windows To A Multicultural World teaching artist program. Which is also through Clemmons Family Farm. Her independent focus recently has been finishing her EP, Elevate: The Rise Of Mama MC. With the help of Equal Eyes Records it will be released on Mothers Day.
Profile Type: Artist