Jay Wud is a Lebanese musician, born into this world as a fully certified rocker. And it all really has nothing to do with his hair, tattoos, or his attitude on stage. It's about the versatility that this young artist offers to his listeners. Jumping from blues and rock to heavy metal, this Hydra of a musician is a compulsive genre-blender. While one of the tools at his disposal is his creamy yet wild vocal range, Jay never shies away from ripping into a badass guitar riff or solo. The man's ability to pen a memorable song inevitably leads to his debut full-length studio recording. New Blood marks the beginning of Jay Wud's career. The album was self-produced from A to Z, and gives you a unique insight into what this talented artist is capable of. From the haunting lyrics and melody of Fuzzy Colors — a song that takes a jab at Lebanese politics — to the groovy and dirty Drowning In Euphoria, Jay jumps into a mix of heavy guitar riffing and darbouka with Burning Daze, and then back to the fundamentals of rock in Super Woman, leaving his audience longing for more. Every track on the album is a journey in itself, and plays a part as one of the central veins in Jay Wud's New Blood.