Every great story starts with a step, and every thriving music career took off with that one song or album that changed the artist’s narrative. For an independent musician like Jay Madera signed to an independent label, Pop Cautious Records, he’s doing everything possible to put his best foot forward with his upcoming album set to be released on the 26th of March 2021. The album Anxious Armada has been in the works for months, and Jay Madera claims the album is a product of his personal progress, artistic vision, and labor of love. The album is his way of making a bold statement and announcing his presence in the music industry.
Jay Madera has expressed optimism over the upcoming album, which he hopes will have the desired effect on his music career by giving him the proper announcement and recognition. The twelve-track album explores different topics and themes that awaken the consciousness of the listener. Jay Madera touches on societal topics and issues to bring more awareness and get his audience to note them. Jay Madera, who recently signed a recording contract with Pop Cautious Records, aims for complete dominance and a more pronounced relevance with the release of his album in less than 24 hours.
The album will be available on Pop Cautious Records’ website and a host of other streaming platforms. The online label shop also offers Vinyl and CD versions of the album for those who want them in those formats. Jay Madera’s marriage with Pop Cautious Records is a synergy and alliance geared toward achieving a single goal: spreading awareness for political and societal issues through music. Jay Madera also targets everyone looking for inspiration spiritually and musically. “For the sake of mankind and the advancement of the music industry in the United States, this album has taken everything in me, and I’m putting it out there hoping that it will leave a positive impression in your mind,” Jay says.
Jay’s musical journey has been one of him carving an identity for himself. He strongly believes in the power of autonomy, which explains why he went on for years as an independent artist. Even joining Pop Cautious Records is an independent move that gives both him and the label all the creative freedom they need to achieve success. For them, being independent means more freedom and less large corporate agendas interfering with creativity.
Making impacts is on top of Jay Madera’s to-do list, and music is the only way he knows how to communicate. Two singles off the new album, “OH-126” and “A House Divided,” have been released last year, and the numbers they’re doing give Jay increased confidence that the upcoming album, Anxious Armada will do good numbers as well. With Pop Cautious Records steering the wheel, Jay Madera has his sights set firmly on greatness, impact and solid inspiration.