From festival stages to sold-out nightclubs, Kennedy Jones has quickly made his mark on the dance music movement. Incorporating elements from all of his favorite styles of music, he has managed to become one of the most unique-sounding artists. Coupled with his exceptional lyrical ability, Kennedy has time and time again proved himself to be one of the most versatile producers and live performers. With overwhelming support from artists such as Skrillex, Diplo, Major Lazer, Borgore, Carnage, 12th Planet, Ookay, Brillz, Bro Safari, Mt Eden, Just Blaze and more, Kennedy Jones is continuing to show the world that his high-energy, bass-fueled, twerk-inducing music can take any venue to a whole new level.
With releases on some of the most prominent record labels in the world (Ultra, Sony, Mad Decent, Dim Mak, Red Bull, Universal, Firepower, Buygore and more)—as well as electrifying performances at EDC Las Vegas, Escape, Electric Zoo, Paradiso Festival and Marquee Las Vegas, to name a few—Kennedy has shown us that there is no slowing down in his ever-evolving production and enthusiastic performance style.
The release of Elvis Crespo’s “Suavemente” (Kennedy Jones Trap Remix) on the Buygore All Stars album which was signed officially to Sony Latin Records in 2014, received worldwide radio support from Los Angeles–based radio stations like Power 106 and 102.7 KIISFM and UK-based radio stations like BBC Radio 1. The All Stars album also included a giant collaboration between Kennedy Jones and Borgore, with their 110-BPM dancefloor smasher remix of “Macarena.”
On the other side of the genre spectrum, his radio-supported remix of Katy Perry’s ”Roar” (Kennedy Jones LOUDER remix), multiple hip-hop releases, hard dance anthem “No Return,” and original hit “INTL” have showed the world that Kennedy isn’t just a one-trick pony. Branching out into genres like hard dance, hip hop, big room house and more, Kennedy Jones used 2013 as a time to show everyone just how musically diverse he really is.
Having started his solo project in early 2013, Kennedy quickly became recognized as a diverse and dedicated artist showing special attention to the human side of musicianship and supporter interaction. His pace has not slowed in 2014, as he continues to gain support from fellow producers and fans alike that continue wanting more of his highly versatile productions and awe-inspiring, interactive live performances.