Dallas own J. Jones R&B artist and songwriter. J. Jones have performed and many nightclubs in the southern area. Such as Trinity River Bar & Grill, Club Inequity, and Halftime, where he won my first “open mic” contest. J. Jones started writing music based on what I wanted to hear. J. Jones was influenced by many artists. For example, Musiq Soul Child, R. Kelly, The Temptations, and Ron Isley. One of his greatest moments in J. Jones music career was singing in front of rapper, actor, sreenwriter & producer Ice Cube, at the age of 17. Rickey Smiley for 97.9 The Beat one of Dallas local radio stations, called J. Jones to the station to sing for Ice Cube. J. Jones sung acapella in an instant. Ice Cube loved it. But, due to J. Jones being underage both Ice Cube and J. Jones mother agreed that he was too young for a full time music lifestyle. J. Jones have debut on D.J. Cap’s Bomb bangers with featured Dallas’ upcoming artist. J. Jones has also collaborated with many different artists. Such as Bo Leg, Quint Fox, A-1, Lil Tony, Lil Shine, Teflon, No Shame and Yung Thuggin. J. Jones is known for his “Down South Gangsta and R&B style. J. Jones describe his music as inspirational, love and educational. A style, which people all over the world can relate to. J. Jones has many of song, which have yet been released. J. Jones first mix tape “It's My Time” was released in 2006. The second mix tape followed two years later. “Oak Cliff Most Hated”, with artist Yung C4. A year later J. Jones solo album “It’s My Turn” was realeased. J. Jones is now doing a promotion tour, in Texas. J. Jones has plans to perform on bigger stages. He also is working on his new album “Black Tie Affair”, been released winter of 2011.