"A.J. got the sauce" ― A.J.'s iconic producer tag spoken by KidPatrick
A.J., is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, and producer formerly signed to Flex Entertainment. She is part of the Usagi Collective.
She is known for her autotuned rapping style, bars about fucking bitches and being one of the earliest people in the Flex Entertainment community.
A.J. first became interested in music after she started paying attention to the soundtrack of Disney's Tron Legacy, composed by electronic duo Daft Punk, and from that grew a love for synths and saws. She began making mash-ups in middle school and producing beats for herself to post on his SoundCloud in early 2017, and got signed to Flex Entertainment on Christmas of 2018. Some time in the middle of 2019, A.J. left Flex Entertainment and is now an independent artist. A.J. makes music using Ableton Live.
2017–present: Commercial debut
In June of 2017, A.J. released her first song, The Spider Ballet to her Youtube account, AJGaming123, which has been Privated. on December 28, 2018, A.J. Released her first official EP, The Addressed Bean 64 EP, under a label.
On March 20, 2019, A.J. released her debut Self-Titled Mixtape on Flex Entertainment to almost entirely bad reception. The album featured appearances from KidPatrick, Lil Kolya, and Yung Schmoobin. A Deluxe version was joked about but was never made.
On her birthday, Febuary 21st 2020, she released her album titled Dream Land. it includes surprise guest appearances from Kid Phang, Yung Schmoobin, Lil Milk, Yung Fiji Water, Emerald, Nathanhearts, Kidpatrick, Lil Mosquito Disease, & Lil Nesley.
On May 22, she released her collaboration album with fellow rapper Emerald titled "BLACK HOLES". It was received with pretty mediocre reception but has been aging better as time has gone on.
A.J. released her next album, Neptune, on February 21st, 2021, exactly a year after Dream Land. It received mostly positive reception and was vastly seen as her best work.
A.J. released another album on April 23 titled Encore. The album was a much shorter one than Neptune.
A.J. has had many troubles with her first label, Flex Entertainment and it's management. She still works with Flex's artists, however she left the label and is now signed to the Usagi Collective.
She also got a large amount of hate from her use of the "n-word" on Dream Land despite not being black. However, on her next project, Black Holes with Emerald, there are no uses of the word. Later on, she also reissued the Dream Land album, omitting the uses of the word.
She has gotten in several controversies with Flex Entertainment artists Yung Garfield and Yung Lambo as she banned both of them from her "Neptune" server. (Previously called Dream Land) She called Yung Garfield "the worst person I've ever met on this app" which received great flack from the Flex community as a rude comment. As of May 2021, A.J. and Yung Lambo have put aside their "beef" and now Yung Lambo streams Rose Gold on repeat on Spotify.
In November 14, 2021, she got into drama with heartstopmiami as she uploaded their track she produced to public without their permission. A.J. also left the collective she was in, NightOwls, herself. Since the tweets had been deleted and even the track right now, this may be resolved.
- She is one of the main inventors of the genre "Juicecore", pioneered by her retired band "Apple Juice Box".
- She is known for her love of Adventure Time and her watch parties for seasons of the show.
- She is also known for her love of Jean Dawson, Deko, FIJIMACINTOSH and Katy Perry. She thinks Katy Perry is the best rapper alive.
- Dream Land (2020)
- Black Holes [with Emerald] (2020)
- Neptune (2021)
- Encore (2021)
- Reboot (with Øff Lyne) (2021)
- A.J. (2019)
- The Addressed Bean 64 (2018)
- True Christian Boi (2018)
|"Peek a Boo"
(featuring Lil Mosquito Disease & Hood Guy)
|"Melee"||Flex Gang Vol. 1|
|"Space Wraith"||non-album singles|
|"Green and Purple"|
(featuring Lil Mosquito Disease)
|"Discord in the Trap"|
|"DUCK LIFE 2"
(with Emerald & featuring Lil Mosquito Disease & Lil Toy Yoda )
(featuring Yung Schmoobin & J1D)
|"Euphemism of This World"
(with Submarine Man)
||Flex Gang, Vol 1|