About Young Jas

Young Jas aka Jas With The Juice is now taking over late nights!

One of Young Jas’ dopest moments include hitting the stage for an impromptu rap performance with Kendrick Lamar.

Young Jas has interviewed Miguel, Bun B, French Montana, Boosie, Letoya Luckett, Daniel Caesar, Ty Dolla Sign, and more. Young Jas covers the hottest music events like Coachella, BET Awards, Austin City Limits, SXSW, and more.

Young Jas is an advocate for young millennials, empowering women, and progressing the culture with positivity. She is also a broadcast journalism graduate from the University of Texas at Austin.
Young Jas loves to be on the scene, turn up, and of course stay litty in the city!

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