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January 13, 2017
January 13, 2017
Hailing from Southern California, Kennedy Jones is no stranger to bass music stages in the United States. Having had great success with his prior collaborative project which was predominantly Dubstep oriented, his last release with the duo was signed to Ultra Records. Having been a musician as long as he can remember and a need for a solo project, the “Kennedy Jones” project was born taking the trapstyle bass music scene by storm. With support from artists such as Borgore, 12th Planet, Diplo, Major Lazer, Jack Beats, Congorock, Carnage, Mt Eden, Nadastrom, Bro Safari, Brillz, Luminox, Ookay, and more, he has proved already that his high energy bass-packed tunes can rock dance floors across the world.
Most notably, the recent release of Elvis Crespo’s “Suavemente” (Kennedy Jones Trap Remix) on the Buygore All Stars Album ( http://bit.ly/kjsuavemente ) which has recently been played on the Los Angeles based radio station Power 106 and UK based radio station BBC Radio 1 by multiple artists ( http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p013jsw3 ). The album also features a collaboration between Kennedy Jones and Borgore with their 110BPM dance floor smasher remix of “Macarena”. Kennedy has recently released his newest single , “Came To Party” on Mad Decent (Jeffrees) which was in the #11 spot on the iTunes electronic chart on it’s first day of release and continues to climb.
Having started his solo project in December 2012, Kennedy is quickly becoming recognized as the artist to watch in 2013 and keeps supporters wanting more with his versatile productions and live selection.