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J. Phoenix


No Auto-Tune required here. J. Phoenix is an authentic singer/songwriter who has yet to be discovered by the masses although his story, like his voice, is big and connected to many renowned, bold-faced names. Now, just on the last leg of his fourth European tour, J. Phoenix releases his highly-anticipated sophomore album, UNDISCOVERED TERRITORY, a set of 17 powerful and perfectly delivered songs about love, life, and hope.

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About J. Phoenix
J. Phoenix is an ASCAP/Sammy Cahn Award winner and Dove Award nominated songwriter and vocalist. Hitmakers in the Pop, Jazz, R&B, Hip Hop and Gospel genres have recorded his tunes. He is the writer of R&B artist Joe's “All That I Am', from the platinum-selling album of the same title, and a writer and performer with Tupac and Nas on "Thugz Mansion". He has penned songs for artists such as Nancy Wilson, Michelle Wright and Earth, Wind & Fire. His ballad "I Fall So Deep," featured in the film B.A.P.S. has been recorded by pop, jazz, R&B and country artists.

J. Phoenix's debut album, Masterpiece (From The Soul Music), is a 13-song set he tags “authentic” and describes as a return to civility, peace, freedom and individual empowerment. “Like Marvin Gaye, Curtis Mayfield, Stevie Wonder, and John Lennon, I'm reporting on current events,” he explains.

During 2011 and 2012 J. Phoenix practically lived in the studio preparing his sophomore project, UNDISCOVERED TERRITORY, and released "Pennies From Heaven" and "My America", two singles from the album. Early in 2013 he released the third single "Walking on Water." From 2008-2011 J. Phoenix was performing in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and South America. In 2009 he won honorable mention for “For The People,” the lead single from his debut album Masterpiece, and two unrecorded songs, “Crossroads” and “Light In The Dark,” in the 16th Billboard World Song Contest. At the end of 2007 The Best of 2PAC, Part 2: Life was released. The album features a new remix of the original acoustic version of “Thugz Mansion”......and at the end of 2006, J. Phoenix was heard wailing the Chambers Brothers' classic, “Time,” along with American Idol Bo Bice for a Monopoly board game advertising campaign.