Joey Naz

The history of jazz music in the United States is a history of revolution and liberation. As an artist, musician, and performer I channel this liberation as a means of inspiring people to live their lives to their greatest extents. My work is heavily inspired by the jazz greats of history as well as the hip hop greats who came after and I do not shy away from the roots of my music. Jazz music was created by the Black American Diaspora and as a contemporary jazz musician it is my duty to not only make music that honors and acknowledges that, but also make music that is inclusive to all Black and Brown people. As a queer artist and performer, I aim to bring queerness to the front and center of every performance. All of my art, all of my music, and any space I occupy as a performer will always be a safe space for queer Black and Brown peoples.


Contact Information

Joey Naz
(559) 772-9268

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Artist Work

Angelbaby (2021)
My favorite song I've ever written, as well as a fan favorite. A commentary on party/hookup culture, as well as a convoluted love song.


Provided to YouTube by DistroKidAngelbaby · Joey NazPan Dulce℗ Lillies ProjectReleased on: 2021-03-26Auto-generated by YouTube.

Interlude (2020)
My earliest hiphop jazz influenced work.


Provided to YouTube by DistroKidInterlude · Joey NazPlaces I've Been℗ 1709853 Records DKReleased on: 2020-01-21Auto-generated by YouTube.

Jazz Vibraphone Examples (2021)
A collection of videos from my artist residency in LA and OC as well as some performances in Long Beach, Norwalk, and Lakewood.