Trailblazer Artiste · Joined 10 years ago ·
Born Lawrence Emmanuel on May 12th to an equally music loving parents in Abeokuta Ogun State, Nigeria. Music began for Jamix as a child as he found love in playing the drums in ‘92 further down the line, he fell in love with the keyboard in ‘97 which he...
Born Lawrence Emmanuel on May 12th to an equally music loving parents in Abeokuta Ogun State, Nigeria. Music began for Jamix as a child as he found love in playing the drums in ‘92 further down the line, he fell in love with the keyboard in ‘97 which he mastered in no time as his music art transformed through the years this young maverick pushed his ante higher, veering into music production and within the span of eight years ’98 to ‘08 precisely Jamix had worked with an enviable crop of Nigerian artistes, churning out number ones on Africans charts.
Jamix's first full credit production work was in 2002 on “LOD” for Hip-hop Rap Artist O.D and Ruleclean’s 2002 album “Pozitive Poetry”. After further successful work on OD’s 2nd album in 2007 “Don’t Hate” with the hit single “Don’t Hate” Black Solo’s 2008 album titled “My Shine” with the hit single “Friday Nite”, and Numerous number one hit singles for Mode 9 “Nigerian Girls”, Faze’s “Kolomental” and “Kpo Kpo Di Kpo” (remix) Styl plus “Always On My Mind” etc. Jamix became a prominent producer for R&B and hip-hop artists in Africa. Initially he released a single “Which One” featuring A.T & Six Foot Plus in 2007 with a widely accepted hip hop acclaim.
He is currently promoting of his new hit single “Omo Naija” featuring Terry G, 9ice and MI. which is already on major airways around the country. The single is one among many of his songs in his soon to be released album (a mixtape). This 2010 album will features artist such as Mode 9, Styl plus, Rugged Man, Jeremiah Gyang, Kel, Whizkid, Six Foot Plus, BOUQUI, OD, Ice Prince, Terry Tha Rapman and Alaye etc and of course with the exclusive eccentric touch of the chord master Jamix.