Jae is a South African pop singer. Her debut solo single "Missing You" (2002) achieved several number-one placings over a range of radio categories.
In Jae's home province of KwaZulu-Natal, the region's premier radio station, East Coast Radio, placed "Missing You" at No. 4 on its list of Top 100 Songs for 2002. This was the only South African song in the Top 20.
The "Missing You" EP, also featuring the single "It's Over", became the first by a South African R&B artist to achieve platinum sales status in South Africa.
Jae followed up with three other hit singles included on her debut album: "It’s Over", "I Love You" and "Falling”.
In 2004 and 2005, Jae released the radio singles "I Found Love" and "Jaelousy", resulting in her having had six national radio hits in four years.
"Missing You" was written in memory of Jae's sister Bronwyn and Jae's niece and nephew, who were killed in a car accident.
Jae (fl. 2000s) is a South African pop singer.
Jae may also refer to:
- Jae (given name)
- Japan Aviation Electronics, often referred to as JAE
- Yabem language, Austronesian language of the Huon Peninsula, Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea (ISO 639-3 code: jae)
- Jade Cargo International, defunct Chinese cargo airline (ICAO: JAE)
Jae (given name)
People with the given name Jae:
Jae (Korean name)
Jae is a single-syllable Korean given name, as well as element in two-syllable Korean given names. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write it. There are twenty hanja with this reading on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names; common ones are listed in the table at right.
People with the single-syllable given name Jae include:
- Gil Jae (1353–1419), Goryeo and early Joseon Dynasty neo-Confucian scholar
- Hur Jae (born 1965), South Korean footballer
Names which begin with this syllable include:
Names which end with this syllable include: