Venue representatives speak about working with Ja-Tun
Steve Jordan, Blooming Grove Inn, Ewing, New Jersey
Kerin Pearson, Legends Tap, Burlington, New Jersey
“Within the first few seconds of talking with Trenton area artist Ja-Tun (rhymes with baton), one can easily tell that this lady is serious about her craft….” Dany Coleman, The Trentonian
“Ja-Tun will give you a slice of her mind. The R&B, soul and spoken-word artist based in Trenton catches her audience with infectious rhythms and hooks them with thought-provoking lyrics….” – Rebecca Suzan, The Signal
” OMG“I had an awesome time you and your band in VILLA ROMA..your performance was great I love it….<3”
- “Rock on with Danny Coleman’s music picks,” (profile. article on the making of “Dirty Diamonds”) Trentonian. December 12, 2012.
- “Students struck with fashion fever,” Chris Pine, The Signal. April, 2009
- “Ja-Tun paints soul inspired self-portrait,” Rebecca Suzan, The Signal, April, 2008
- “Hip-hop Subway Series” WNBC News 4 (New York) March 8, 2007 (includes Ja-Tun singing and an interview)
- “A Captive Audience for Subway Hip-Hop” Jon Kalish. NPR Weekend Edition. Jan. 29, 2007 (Ja-Tun is the “Uncredited Woman #2”)
- “Lips, Inc.” (profile of beatboxer Kid Lucky. Ja-Tun appears in photo of Subway series crew) Derek L. John. Village Voice. Nov. 28, 2006
- “Winding Paths and Spiritual Journeys.” Don Aucoin. Boston Globe. April 13, 2005.