Jordan Whiston (born (1992-09-24)September 24, 1992), better known by his stage name Jay Whiss, is a Canadian rapper and songwriter from Toronto, Ontario. He first gained international attention after the release of the single "Watch This", which appeared on OVO Sound Radio in late 2015. Whiss also appeared on the Noisey documentary 6IX RISING (2017), which showcased hip hop culture in Canada. He is one-third of the hip hop collective Prime Boys, alongside Jimmy Prime and Donnie. Prime Boys released their debut studio album Koba World on 27 July 2018; the album received a 9/10 score by Exclaim!. Whiss was also featured in the short film Remember Me, Toronto (2019) by Mustafa the Poet.
He embarked on his solo venture in 2019 with the release of his EP Dark Clouds, after being signed to Universal Music Canada. The 3-track EP, which served as a prequel to his upcoming album, contained the single "Every Night", featuring vocals from Jimmy Prime and Safe, and "Dark Cloud", which was also confirmed to be the first single from the upcoming album. Jay's debut studio album Peace of Mind was released on 3 March 2020. The album was supported by the singles "Valet", featuring Puffy L'z, "Lay Low", featuring Donnie, and "Mind in a Maze". It received an 8/10 rating by Exclaim!.
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