Singer, songwriter, arranger and piano player from Paris, France.
After studying classical piano, singing in gospel choir, performing in jazz piano bar, Jerome decided he was ready to move to the USA to pursue his dream and seek for improvement.
He stops by L.A. and starts a songwriting collaboration with first class percussionist and producer Arno Lucas (Al Jarreau, Chaka Khan, Stevie Wonder, Gladys Knight…), and ends up in NewYork, in the historical label Motown, in development for his first neo-soul album.
In the meantime, Jerome continues to write for others, among which french superstar Amel Bent... [read more]
(over 1 million records sold), with 2 major hit songs: “Tu n’es plus là” and “Où je vais”.
From there, he laid his first french album, and performed in many parisian stages including the ‘Olympia’, opening for Eric Benet.
But Jay is primorly known for his vocals on House Music tracks.
Since the success of the hit “Rocking Music” (Number one in the UK, Italy…), he has appeared as superstar french DJ-producer Martin Solveig‘s main singer, with 7 recordings including the hit songs “Rejection”, “Something better” and “C’est la vie”, played all around the planet.
He has been applauded by hundreds of thousand people over the world, given performances in numbers of the fanciest clubs of the globe (Paris, Moscow, Tokyo, Sydney, Dubaï, Miami, Cannes, Beyrouth, Rome, Saint-Tropez, Zurich, Barcelona, London, Kiev, etc.), as well as some of the most prestigious live stages such as the belgian festvival pukkelpop, or the 40000 people Paris stadium “Stade de France”.
He recently released the super hot single “All to me” on the legendary londonian label ‘Defected in the house’, manufactured along with international DJ-producer ‘DJ Yass’ from Paris, as well as the smooth and deep “All I’m asking for”, on Grei Matter, label of the mythical DJ-producer Keri Chandler.
He’s also getting ready to release a tune with the famous band from Hamburg, Germany “Syke-n-sugar starr”, and will fly to Australia for a summer 2010 tour and the release of a first collaboration with famous australian band “Those usual suspect”.
Now he’s back to pop-RnB songwriting, getting back together with his partner Arno Lucas, writing for the number one Japanese band “Exile” (“forever love” from 2009 chrismas album, over 1 million copies, and the hit song “Negaï” from 2010 Live tour and album “Fantasy”).
….And more to come!