Projexx signs with Electric Feel

Singer, songwriter, and producer Projexx has announced his signing to renowned entertainment company Electric Feel Entertainment for publishing. 

Originally from Jamaica and currently living in Miami, Projexx has a musical pedigree as he is the son of music producer Lloyd “John John” James and grandson of Lloyd “King Jammy” James, arguably one of dancehall's most influential producers. Most recently, he debuted his new single, “Top Speed feat. Giggs & Marksman,” to rave reviews. He has collaborated with established artists such as Wizkid on “True Love feat. Projexx, Tay Iwar,” which appears on Wizkid’s RIAA certified Gold album, Made in Lagos, which also features Platinum certified, “Essence.”  Projexx also worked with Konshens on “Brace It,” in addition to writing and producing with younger artists such as Jesse RoyalRugerJulsBakersteez and more.

On the signing, Founder and CEO of Electric Feel Entertainment & Ventures, Austin Rosen adds: “Projexx is an artist and songwriter that I really see filling a void in songwriting right now and we are excited to welcome him to the Electric Feel Entertainment roster for publishing. I look forward to working alongside his team at Warner/R&R Digital/Big Wave and Super Music Group/Bashment on all of his upcoming releases.”

Photo: Projexx (center) pictured with Austin Rosen, CEO of Electric Feel Entertainment (left) and Adam "Silent Addy" Alexander, Projexx manager (right). Not Pictured, Brandon Kessler, Projexx manager.

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About Projexx:

Projexx has musical pedigree. He is the son of music producer Lloyd “John John” James and grandson of Lloyd “King Jammy” James, arguably one of dancehall's most influential producers. He learned the fundamentals of music by sitting in and observing their studio sessions where he would use his feverous curiosity and acute observation skills to absorb as much knowledge as possible – which he would soon apply to his own work. Projexx grew up living between Kingston, Jamaica and Brampton, Canada and his musical influences span from Drake to Drake to Dennis Brown and everything in between, – self-described as “a melting pot of musical genres” – he draws inspiration not from just one source but the combination of many. He has collaborated with established artists such as Wizkid, Konshens and younger artists such as Jesse Royal, Ruger, Juls, Bakersteez and more

About Electric Feel Entertainment:

As home to everyone from Post Malone and 24kGoldn to Louis Bell, Billy Walsh, and Carter Lang, Electric Feel is inescapable. Click on your favorite playlist, turn on the radio, or scroll through social media, and there’s a high likelihood you’ll hear a song bred out of the company’s studio, crafted by its writers and producers, or performed by one of its artists.  The Electric Feel catalog has impressively exceeded 250 billion streams, 602 platinum records, and 42 records inducted into the Spotify Billions Club. Most notably, the company recently held a streak of having a primary artist, producer or songwriter in the Top 10 of the coveted Billboard Hot 100 for 110 weeks consecutively, with 49 weeks in the Top 10 this year.

The label, management, publishing company and studio presents a new archetype rooted in the old school Motown philosophy where everything is homegrown and handled in-house— a house built by CEO Austin Rosen.

About Electric Feel Ventures:

Electric Feel Ventures has uniquely positioned itself to source, advise and accelerate the best brands in the early-stage consumer and tech industries. With CEO/Founder Austin Rosen at the helm, the team focuses on making strategic investments and incorporating the EF client roster to elevate visibility and notoriety. This has led them to impactful investments and partnerships with brands like Poppi (24kGoldn), Hero Bread (Tom Brady), and more. The portfolio spans brands in the consumer space from food and beverage (Chamberlain Coffee, Last Crumb, Poppi, BelliWelli, Goodles), beauty (Starface, Futurewise, Westman Atelier), alcohol (Ohza, Nectar), specialty retail (CAMP) and consumer tech (Backbone, Zellerfeld) to name a few.