Jay Ulloa Bio, Age, Life, Photo, Net Worth, Career And Social Media

Jay Ulloa Biography

Jay Ulloa is a Mexican-American singer and multi-instrumentalist who gained prominence after he participated in the Spanish reality series ‘La Banda.’ He participated in the series in 2016 but took 2 years to release his debut original song. He began posting videos on his ‘YouTube’ channel in 2018.

The channel hosts his music and Jason’s own travel vlog series. He is also active on ‘Instagram’ and has a modest fan base on the platform. In 2018, Jay made his acting debut with a few shows on the ‘YouTube’ digital network ‘Brat.’

Jay Ulloa Age

Jay Ulloa was born in 2001 in Sacramento, California, the United States. He is now 18 years.

Jay Ulloa Early Life

Jay Ulloa was born and raised in 2001 in Sacramento, California, the United States with his parents. He celebrates his birthday on 23rd November that makes his age 16. His height measures 5 feet 5 inches and belongs to white ethnicity.

Jay was born to her mother, Patricia Ulloa; his father’s name is still unknown. He has two younger brothers; one of their’s name is Emanuel. He also has a younger sister. Jay grew up with his siblings together with his parents.

Jay Ulloa Education

He has not disclosed his educational information.

Jay Ulloa Personal Life

Ulloa was born on November 23, 2001, in Sacramento, California. He is of Mexican descent. Jay has two younger brothers. One of them is named Emanuel. He also has a younger sister.


Jay loves playing various sports. He has been swimming and playing soccer at a young age. Jay was part of his high-school soccer and swim teams. He enjoys playing and watching football. He also likes singing and spending time with his friends. Jay loves to read. The ‘Harry Potter’ series is his favorite. ‘The Big Bang Theory’ and ‘GLOW’ are two of his all-time favorite TV shows. Jay enjoys listening to his favorite singer Zhamira Zambrano. The late Selena Quintanilla-Pérez is Jay’s source of inspiration in music.

Jay loves dogs and has two pet dogs named Mia and Chispas. He enjoys doughnuts, burgers, french fries, and ice cream.

Jay Ulloa Career

Jay began his career by participating in the second season of ‘La Banda,’ a Spanish-language singing competition. The second season of the series premiered on September 11, 2016. The same year, he ventured into the social media arena. He launched his self-titled ‘YouTube’ channel, too. However, he began posting videos in 2018. Jay’s first original song, ‘Manos Al Aire,’ was released on June 28, 2018, and is available on the channel.


In 2018, Jay made his acting debut with the ‘Brat’ original ‘YouTube’ series ‘Chicken Girls.’ He played the character named ‘Drake’ in 11 episodes of this series. With this, Jay began his association with ‘Brat.’ He later played the role of ‘Drake’ in ‘Holiday Spectacular.’ He was also seen as a guest on ‘Brat’s’ show ‘Brat Chat.’


Jay became active on his ‘YouTube’ channel quite late. Thus, he does not have too many subscribers on the platform. The channel has a series titled ‘Just Jay,’ which chronicles Jay’s travel experiences. He is more active on ‘Instagram,’ where his posts have earned him more than 277 thousand followers. Jay also has a ‘Twitter’ account. He enjoys playing the drums, the guitar, and the piano.

Although Jay is on his way to make a name for himself in the world of music and acting, he has not neglected his academics. He is currently working on developing his career in music and is simultaneously focusing on his studies.

Jay Ulloa Net Worth

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Jay Ulloa Songs

  1. Manos Al Aire
  2. Estimate
  3. El No Te Conoce Como Yo
  4. Perdoname
  5. Malas Noticias

Jay Ulloa Billboard

Rising Latin pop singer-songwriter Jay Ulloa is taking himself back to the moments that inspired his steamy new single “Manos Al Aire” in the video that drops today (Nov. 9), the same day as his debut EP, Malas Noticias.

The visual, shot by Amber Park (Post Malone, Camila Cabello), captures the vibrancy of young love with a bevy of dreamy dating spots and a color palette that makes every scene pop. As the video’s main focal point, Ulloa exudes a confident charm that adds more heat to the sultry, passionate mix.

Ulloa says that “Manos Al Aire” is his “favorite song on the EP,” and its lyrical origins about a past relationship made it crucial that the video reflected his personal experience.

“When we were together, nothing else mattered,” Ulloa tells Billboard. “We would go on adventures like watching the sunset in Malibu, falling asleep under the stars or just laying on an inflatable raft by the pool. I wanted to show what it was like feeling wild, free and just living in the moment.”

With his new EP finally out and an impressive visual to match, Ulloa takes his first big step toward showing the world where he comes from and what he is capable of as a young, independent artist. Like everything that surrounds Ulloa, his future seems nothing but bright.

Jay Ulloa Perdoname

“Perdóname” is the latest single by Ulloa, who got his start as a finalist on the second season of La Banda in 2016, which launched the careers of Latin boy band CNCO, and late Puerto Rican rapper Kevin Fret. The 17-year-old singer from Sacramento, California, collaborated with Pip Kembo, the producer and writer behind songs by Colombian superstar J Balvin and British artist Dua Lipa. Over dancehall beats, Ulloa embraces his Mexican-American identity on “Perdóname,” by pleading for a second chance in Spanglish. Ulloa must be really sorry if he’s trying to get that point across in two languages.

“Perdóname for anything that I’ve done wrong,” Ulloa sings to TV screens showing VHS-like videos of his time with the girl who got away. There are memories of the couple’s highest highs – taking joy rides together – to the lows of arguments and tension brewing between the two. Ulloa’s apologetic, Latin pop bop serves as a soundtrack to this whirlwind romance that ultimately comes to an end.

Ulloa dropped his debut EP, Malas Noticias, late last year. His previous singles like “Manos al Aire” and “Estimate” are featured on the four-track effort.

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Note: This biography is based on the available information as of 2023, and real-time updates or developments are being updated by our editorial team.