What does "That's my jam" I heard this phrase in TV serial 'Scream Queens' and the woman who said this dialogue was referring to some song.
I searched it on Internet and found out from some local sites that it means that the song which was being played was one of the favorite song of the speaker. I just want to make sure that is this information correct and can we say 'that's my jam 'to refer to some other things other than songs or this phrase is just for referring song.
Yes, you use: "That's my jam" when referring to one of your favorite songs.
But it isn't really used outside of music. Mostly because jamming refers to the musicians having fun and playing well. And it's become a slang word describing the listener to be having fun or being very into the music.
A former coworker who stopped working for our mutual employer told me that the job, "just wasn't her jam." She just could not get interested or excited about the position and did not feel she was a good fit -- very important for a jam amongst musicians and for someone working in a small office such as ours.
The phrase "That's my jam" refers to a song. (Example: Is that Enter Sandman playing? That's my jam!") To use it in a way that describes something other than music, is just wrong, wrong, wrong. Stop it, please!