For weeks, he teased her and finally, he revealed Ja'niyah as his first female R&B artist.
"I Need Y’all To Welcome @wowjaniyah To Da Bread Gang Family, She A Real Superstar, Talented & Different," wrote Bagg on Instagram.
Ja'niyah was featured on a song with Summer Walker, and she gracefully announced her signing with a lengthy note.
"Yo what?! Thank you so much @moneybaggyo for believing in me and giving this chance to show who I am," she wrote. "I literally just got done crying, it doesn’t feel real, like I used to record in my closet and in the corner of my apartment, I remember writing songs in the strip club at work in strokers. This time last year I was going through severe depression, I felt so empty and alone, and all I had was my pain and music . I had several suicide attempts but god never let me go. I’m so thankful to my friends, cause without you guys I wouldn’t be here. [...] Man CHASE YO MOTHER F**ing DREAMS. I swear, it’s possible, I’m just a girl who watches anime and make music. I’m so excited to share my story. I hope you guys appreciate my vulnerability."