Urban Jazz Recording Artist|Trombone
WILL JAXX Featured On Island Def Jam Recording
WILL JAXX can add yet another recording credit to his cap. He has become the driving musical force behind Island Def Jam sensation, Gwen Bunn's, smash hit single, "Don't Go". Gwen Bunn is a recording artist who hails from Decatur, GA and is known for her unconventional, but highly relatable form of R&B. She has recorded with the likes of The Foreign Exchange, Schoolboy Q, Sean Paul, and others. She is also a very capable songwriter, with several of her previous works garnering nominations for a Grammy Award from the Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences.
WILL JAXX EPK NAME CONTEST
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Since the release of his critically acclaimed album debut, DICHOTOMY, WILL JAXX has been in high demand--performing & recording with a vast array recording artists from Laura Reed and Big KRIT to Trinidad James & Cardi B. But, after hearing the ever growing chant of Urban Jazz fans the world over, Mr. JAXX is back at it again! Nestled in the confines of his "Bat Cave", the trombone WILL JAXX is now crafting new, original music, along with unique orchestrations of some of Hip-Hop's most classic tunes. This new EPK promises to showcase not only a personal, artistic evolution, but also his unyielding penchant to hold true to the groove. But, he needs your help! The project remains, at the moment, untitled. If you have a name that would be a great fit for this next recording, simply contact him via the "CONTACT" tab up top and let him know your thoughts on a name! The winner will receive a FREE auto-graphed copy of his new project (pre-release), along with YOUR NAME name in the CD credits!
WILL JAXX bagged another huge win for 2020. The song “Keep The Devil Off” featuring Big KRIT was featured on an episode of “For Life” a primetime TV series on ABC. The dramatic series is based on the true life story of a prisoner who becomes a lawyer while in prison and litigates cases for other inmates, while fighting to overturn his own life sentence for a crime he didn't commit. "Keep The Devil Off" was used during an epic scene where the main character, Aaron Wallace, is leaving the prison on the prison bus and traveling to the NYC Courthouse where he will plead his case for a retrial. The song adds energy and weight to the moment and really made the scene come alive. Mr. JAXX had this to say about the opportunity, “I'm truly humbled that ABC chose our work to contribute to the portrayal of such a noble struggle. Thank you @abc for featuring “Keep The Devil Off" in such a pivotal scene". With the quality of his catalogue, one can only hope for more placements for this King of the Slide.