A high school dropout with no plan B, she devoted her life to making music for rebels like her. Raised in Calabasas, her peers studied and shopped while Baby Jane chose to crash celebrity parties and scheme into recording studios. Coming of age in the era of clout culture, Baby Jane saw that boys seemed to have all the fun, and made it her sole mission to give the female voice that level of empowerment.
She derives her name from the 1962 classic film, “Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?”, and finds inspiration in the cinematic narrative of films like Natural Born Killers, True Romance, and Drugstore Cowboy. Baby Jane revels in the dark side of love and ambition.
She claims a wide range of influences from The Weeknd, Lil Peep, and Post Malone, to Nine Inch Nails, Nirvana, and Portishead. Using elements of 90’s alternative and industrial, 2010’s trap, and modern top-40, Baby Jane coins the genre Industrial Pop to describe her unique sound.