Jay Postal

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Musical artist

Jay Postal is an American radio personality, record producer, singer-songwriter[1] and music entrepreneur. Postal owns and operates Postal Records and received his industry stage name from music mogul and entrepreneur Sean Combs.[2]



Postal began his radio career as a radio disc jockey on 95.5 WBRU-FM where he broadcast to Rhode Island, Massachusetts and parts of Connecticut. He is credited with breaking Macklemore’s single “Thrift Shop” on commercial radio as reported by Billboard.com.[3][4]In 2013, after releasing his single with Chris Brown, rapper Fabolous cleared national controversy on the air with Postal. [5]


As an actor, Postal received small roles in independent films such as Time and Time Again and Cold Empty Hearts. In Time and Time Again he was portrayed as an American music industry executive called “Grainge” which is a play on the name Lucian Grainge, who currently chairman and chief executive officer of Universal Music Group.[6]


  • Time and Time Again (2013)
  • Cold Empty Hearts (2014)[7][8]