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JAYQ THE LEGEND takes on TWERKING and jail-distancing, with his new hilarious music video “SO BAD”. The animated music video takes you on a journey starting at the Twerk Court House, where JayQ The Legend presides. Bad twerkers are taken into custody, and inadvertently subjected to an overcrowded jail cell. As the women come to terms with their twerking, as well as the injustice of not being able to social distance, Judge JAYQ THE LEGEND offers them leniency. He provides each of the women with respectable jobs… working for him.

The visual continues with JAYQ THE LEGEND’S signature Bentley, pool parties, fashion shows, and a high energy stage performance. The music video will make you smile, likely laugh out loud, and perhaps ponder the impact of twerking, social distancing, and prison overcrowding. Judge JayQ The Legend finally orders a #twerkatorium against awful twerking making it an offense punishable by career re- education.

JAYQ The Legend reveals that the SO BAD music video was supposed to be a live music video shot in March, but when the Coronavirus pandemic started to grip the nation, the plans had to shift. “We were planning to work with top fashion blogger, Fashionbombdaily”, says JAYQ THE LEGEND, “and many others, including a 2019 superbowl winner, and many top commercial dancers. The pivot to animation was swift, but no easy task. The storyline was meant for people, without software challenges and limitations. We still plan to bring the music video to life, as soon as we are cleared to do so. Either way, the need to curb the twerking “pandemic” is now and we need to begin the campaign for a social media “twerkatorium”, a moratorium on twerking.

MIRIAM BAVLY, CO-CEO of BREAKOUT MUSIC and director of the music video, agrees with JAYQ THE LEGEND, “Twerking doesn’t impress me as a path to female integrity and empowerment. In 2020, and in the era of ‘ME TOO’, the entertainment business should be discouraging further degrading of femininity. Twerking provides our kids and teenagers of both genders with confusing messages, which is unavoidable these days on so many social media platforms. We should all stand with JAYQ THE LEGEND, help our women respect themselves and encourage a “twerkatorium”. It is time to reverse the twerk curse!”

In addition to his hot new single, “SO BAD”, JAYQ THE LEGEND has recently been nominated for a Hollywood Music in Media Award for his BILLBOARD and RADIO charting single BODY TALK. “It has been an incredible journey so far with that magical song”, says JAYQ THE LEGEND, “as the lyrics are autobiographical, closely reflecting my relationship with women.

BreakOut Music CO-CEOs, MIRIAM BAVLY and JAYQ THE LEGEND, are also the writers and producers of movies, with their latest produced film “The App that Stole Christmas” starring Ray J and Miguel Nunez, slated for a late October release. They also wrote the award-winning screenplay “The Drone that Saved Christmas”. With the third screenplay in the series in progress, they plan to release the series sequentially during the holiday season.

When asked about the writing and production team of Bavly & Legend, Bavly says “We have a great process that has developed seamlessly. Our gender and racial differences, as well as our geographical contrasts (from the deep south to the northeast) allow for incredible insight and balance. Not sure there is another writing team quite like us. We are also a music company, and as we write, we consider where to place music. According to JAYQ THE LEGEND, “the trailer for ‘THE APP THAT STOLE CHRISTMAS’ should be coming out in the next week or two. The pandemic is not slowing us down, it is forcing us to be even better and innovate at an unprecedented rapid pace!”

MIRIAM BAVLY and JAYQ THE LEGEND are prolific cutting edge social commentators, as they were the first to provide front-line commentary on the danger and inequity of the prisons during the CORONAVIRUS outbreak, as well as airplane safety issues for both flight attendants and passengers.

You can crank up the funny bone tickling SO BAD video. The single will be on all platforms by May 6th. SO BAD, as a tune is an upbeat knee-bending fun sonic experience with EDM undertones, a departure for an already-energetic afrobeat crooner. Body Talk has been on the UAC Chart in top thirty for the past five weeks. We expect big things from JAYQ THE LEGEND and BREAKOUT MUSIC to keep us well entertained in these trying times, and they are clearly giving it their all!

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Valerie Milano is the well-connected Senior Editor and TV Critic at TheHollywoodTimes.Today, a showbiz/promotions aggregate mainly for insiders. She has written for Communications Daily, Hollywood Today, Television International, and Video Age International plus freelanced for others. Valerie donates and works closely with the Human Rights Campaign (Fed Club Council Member), GLSEN, Outfest, NCLR, LAMBDA Legal and the Desert Aids Project. She is a member of the Los Angeles Press Club. Milano loves meeting people and does so in her fave getaway Palm Springs as a member of the Palm Springs Museum of Art and the Old Las Palmas area community member. Valerie was a veteran 17-year member, and one of the "chief organizers” of the prestigious and long running, TCA: Television Critics Association’s press tour. For years Valerie was a board member and one of the chief organizers of the association. TCA press tours are “a must” for hundreds of TV critics twice a year, in Beverly Hills and in Pasadena.