Jazzy Jason

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UK artist of the early 90s who first emerged with Epitome Of Hype’s ‘Ladies With An Attitude’, which sampled Madonna, and was first released on his own Pure Bonhomie label before being licensed…
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UK artist of the early 90s who first emerged with Epitome Of Hype’s ‘Ladies With An Attitude’, which sampled Madonna, and was first released on his own Pure Bonhomie label before being licensed to Big Life. Further funky rave tunes, dominated by breakbeats, followed. As part of Blapps Posse! he was also behind ‘Bus It’/‘Don’t Hold Back’, which sold some 10, 000 copies on white label before being picked up by Rebel MC’s Trible Bass label. He moved over to Essex’s rave central HQ, D-Zone Records, for Turntable Symphony’s ‘Instructions Of Life’, created with fellow Blaaps Posse! member Aston Harvey.