NYC-based singer Jack Tracy, whose infectious post-pandemic banger “Love Yah” made a splash earlier this year, is back with more music – and some steamy video content available to fans on his brand-new OnlyFans account.
Jack’s new era of music, complete with a slate of “too hot for YouTube” music videos begins with his new urban bop, and pseudo-diss track, “Daddy Made It.” The new song is currently available to stream on all major platforms and the accompanying video can be seen on YouTube. If you’re looking for something a little spicier, Jack has released a racy, uncensored version of the tune on OnlyFans.
On the decision to showcase his racy side on OnlyFans, Jack says, “I’ve reclaimed my pre-pandemic body and I’m ready to weaponize it.” This isn’t Jack’s first time showcasing his physique on screen. Last spring’s music video for his previous single The Feels included some jaw-dropping sex scenes and was his most-watched music video to date. “Say what you will about upping the thirst, but it’s become clear that this is the direction I need to go in order to grow my audience. So here we go.”
In the film noir-inspired video for “Daddy Made It, Jack plays a fur-clad escort pulled into a back room by two businessmen for a lustful encounter. Easily delivering some of his most stunning visuals to date, the seedy scene is intercut with something else Jack has become known for – iconic choreography.
Among the colorful cast of characters in the video are Jack’s own audio engineer (the strikingly beautiful trans musician Violette Furton who was previously featured in Jack’s visual for “Prince”), NYC nightlife staple Richard JMV (who has quite the OnlyFans account himself) and drag queen Ginger Ladd (who took time off of headlining at the Hard Rock Cafe to make a cameo). “From my films to my series to my music videos, showcasing racial and queer diversity are extremely important to me and Daddy Made It is no exception.”
As for the track itself, described as “a moody, Drake-inspired mid-tempo” song, Jack continues his trend of pulling inspiration from his past relationships. “When I broke up with my last ex a few years ago, one of the things he said to me was ‘are you sure you want to be single in your late 30s?'” Jack explains. “While that manipulative dig pissed me off in the moment, about a year later it also inspired me to write Daddy Made It.” The track is Jack’s cockiest to date–snarky and pointed–and directed like a sniper shot to his ex, letting him know he was wrong to think Jack would have trouble finding another man–or in the case of the new music video–men.
Subscribers to Jack’s new OnlyFans account can look forward to more than just the uncensored video. Free merch, exclusive behind-the-scenes videos, intimate photos, and a slate of new music videos including an even more graphic visual for the second single Overdrive featuring Mel Lennon are also on deck for imminent release. A “dance-only” version of the Daddy Made It” video and a remix of the track with NYC-based LGBTQ+ musician and recent Bushwig performer Senerio will also follow later this year.
“My genitals will not be making cameos, however,” Jack makes clear about his new OnlyFans endeavor. “Those are still only available for in-person viewings, by invitation only.” Instead, Jack hopes to continue making tastefully explicit presentations of LGBTQ+ love and sex without having to cater to YouTube’s increased content moderation.
“The sad truth is, unless you’re backed by a major label or production company like Lil Nas X, similar visual content from independent artists will be buried by YouTube,” Jack laments. “Despite owing its popularity to the demand to see Janet Jackon’s wardrobe malfunction all the way back in 2004, YouTube is steadily heading towards Disney-i-fication. So, if your content’s not for children, and you’re independently produced, honestly, don’t even bother with YouTube at this point.”