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is an American electronic dance music producer who is widely known by his professional name King of Bass. Jones is also a former promoter for Celldweller, Fluffy Starr, Dope Stars Inc, Zeromancer, and Planet B. In late 1995 he began writting poetry, songs, and music. In 1997-1998 he began taking music classes at very young age by studying Mozart, Bach, Beetoveen—not just their history but their music notes, as well studying the begining of the foundation of music. In early 1998 to late 1999 he began learning to play a bass guitar, listening to Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Metallica, and many more just to listen to the basslines in the songs. By two months he learned to play Master of Puppets, Enter Sandman, and Californication. He then made his first Dubstep song called Don’t Stop. By 2002-2004 when the Internet was getting bigger, social media was getting involved, his music got a bigger audience. By 2006-2011, he had made 50 albums in his career, been in the Reverbnation Charts by December first, finally reach to number one. After December third he left them due to the suspension of them owing him a little over $300,000. The case is still open. On iTunes charts he has reached high in the charts six times in 2011, three time chart topper in rhapsody, two time emusic, two times in, and on his last day on out of 1,893,000 users he finally made it to number one on the charts, beating Sean Kingston, Pantera, Celldweller and more.

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  • numbbinzer

    Amazing!! job!!

    15 Aug 2012 Reply
  • Musicpromoter27

    Great JOB!! Dontcha Listen ta Em Haterzzz

    31 Jul 2012 Reply
  • Feyri


    16 May 2012 Reply
  • MindLiberation

    The first 4-5 songs i heard with king of bass just made me think "what the fuck am i listening to?". I don't even remotely like the nr 1 radio hits he tends to choose to remix, but now after a while i am almost stuck. This is some fascinating stuff. Industrialized noise dubhop whatever, haha.

    13 Feb 2012 Reply
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