Jax Jones

Jax Jones

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Live beat-maker and multi-instrumentalist Jax Jones is, at his roots, a solo act.

After his Nigerian stepfather introduced him to afrobeat and rap, Jax’s musical diet developed to consist of Hip Hop, R&B, Gospel and traditional African music. 

Having initially studied classical guitar from a young age, Jax took up beat-making at 15 after discovering Cubase on his friend’s Atari. 

Cutting his teeth at open mic clubs around London, Jax eventually came together with Rippermann, an up-and-coming grime producer from Mitcham at Brixton’s Raw Materials Studio and worked on notable releases for Big Narstie and Roadside Gs, among others in the scene.

After meeting Duke Dumont, he developed his passion for house music and co-wrote and produced “I Got U” and “Ocean Drive”, both huge global smashes.

His single “You Don’t Know Me”, reached #3 in the UK Singles Chart and was a club smash.

Classique has been working with International Artistes from around the world for over 20 years, whether they are ‘A’ list celebrities, Chart Toppers, performers from TV talent shows or Celebrity DJs, we pull together all the details – dealing with flights, transfers, accommodation and riders for all the major artists and their teams.

As the UK’s No 1 booker of celebrity artists we deal with everything for you and work constantly with management companies throughout the world, where we have built up great relationships and have the latest information about who is available and who would work best for your event.

Please contact us for any ideas for your event and we will work with you, always understanding time constraints and budgets.

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The majority of prices will be plus vat at the current UK rate of 20%.