From Hip-Hop to Rock to Country, Jeremy Alan Jones Is Quickly Rising To The Top Of Everyone’s List

Jeremy Alan Jones is a Arkansas-native country artist, quickly making his way up in the industry. His most recent track “I’ll Wait For You Anyways” has recently surpassed 300,000 streams on Spotify in just its first week. The song features rapper, Gorilla Zoe as well as Rihanna’s back up singer, JVZEL. The song is in the process of going viral with the track projected to hit number 1 on iTunes and 2.5 million views on YouTube and Spotify. Currently being mentored by superstar Ne-Yo, he is also working with Grammy award-winning writer, Nate Walka, who has written hits for major artists like Jamie Foxx, Trey Songz, Chris Brown, Far East Movement, and other massive names in the industry. With his song catching major label attention, Jones isn’t letting the numbers get to his head. Already in talks with Sony Red he doesn’t want to move too quickly since other labels are reaching out to him everyday. Moving forward Jeremy is setting up a tour at the moment, with most of them being held at mud parks for much larger crowds to attend.

With his past experience with Hip-Hop, R&B, Rock, and now Country, Jeremy’s music style is second to none. After his seven year hiatus the country star scored collaborations with names like T-Pain, Twista, Snoop Dogg, Yung Joc, Juicy J, and tons of other major movers in the scene. His uniqueness is what draws in so many people into his discography. Jones is clearly extremely motivated and with the numbers he’s been seeing and the numbers he’s projected to do it is clear that it’s paying off.

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