| Record producer|
| October 22, 1986 (age 29)
St. Louis, Missouri, United States (1986-10-22) |
DJ, songwriter, record producer
Basement Club Sound, Sound Label Group
Dance music, Pop music, Country, Hip hop music
RedOne, Jennifer Lopez, Kat DeLuna, Adam Lambert, Eightysix, Tyrone Edmond
Sebastian LaMar Jones Wikipedia
Sebastian La'Mar Jones (born October 22, 1986), also known simply as Sebastian Jones, is an American record producer, songwriter and DJ. Born in St. Louis, Missouri, United States his credits include charting at No. 1 on the Billboard Dance/Hot Club Play Chart in the United States, Belgium and Japan in 2011.
In 2010 Sebastian began writing several records for Kat DeLuna's second album Inside Out. He scored his first debut on the Billboard charts, with her second single, "Dancing Tonight" as the No. 35 Hot Shot Debut and the No. 1 Breakout Record on the Dance/Club Play Chart in 2011. Famed producer RedOne executive produced the album and it was released via Universal Music Group. "Dancing Tonight" later became the No. 1 Billboard Dance record in the United States and landed at No. 36 on the 2011 Billboard Year End Dance Chart edging more popular tunes by superstars Beyoncé, Britney Spears and Lady Gaga. The music video charted on Yahoo Music at No. 8. Sebastian has gone on to write and produce songs that have appeared on networks such as NBC, ABC, FOX, MTV and Telemundo appearing on shows such as Dancing With the Stars, The Firm, So You Think You Can Dance and La Voz Kids.
Jones is the founder of Artist Brand Group, a full service artists management and production company which houses Artist Brand Management.