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March 8, 2017
March 8, 2017
One of the many wonderful artists joining us this year at Decadence NYE is none other than the ginger bearded bass king, Kennedy Jones. He’s come a long way since his start in the industry, and if you haven’t heard of him you’ll want to check him out. Let’s get to know him a little better.
Born and raised on the Sunny shores of Southern California, Kennedy Jones has spent most of his life surrounded by bass music. He started off acting as half of a collaborative dubstep project, including a track signed to Ultra Records, and then Kennedy decided that he wanted to explore his music as a solo project.
This new “Kennedy Jones” project quickly took the bass music scene by storm as he included elements from all of his favorite styles of music cramming them into some of the most unique sounding tracks that anyone had heard. Jones blends sounds of trap, hardstyle, and dub resulting in a one of a kind brand and some of his most noteable tracks include his remix of Elvis Crespo’s “Suavemente,” and Katy Perry’s “Roar.”
With huge support from artists such as Carnage, Major Lazer, Borgore, Ookay, Brillz, Bro Safari, 12th Planet, and more, Kennedy Jones has continued to show the world that his high-energy, bass- fueled, music can take any venue to a whole new level. All you bass heads out there won’t want to miss his set at Decadence.