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Since their debut in 2016, Why Don’t We has amassed over 3 billion global career streams, over 900 million YouTube views, 6 million Instagram followers, two RIAA Platinum-certified singles, five RIAA Gold-certified singles, two Top 20 singles at Pop radio, and two Top 10 albums on the Billboard 200 chart. Taking an innovative and unconventional approach towards releasing new music and actively engaging their rapidly growing fanbase, the band put out their first five EPs within their first year together and followed shortly after with their inaugural full-length 8 Letters album in 2018. Soon after, 2019 saw the release of new singles monthly, including standouts “Big Plans,” “I Don’t Belong In This Club” featuring Macklemore, & the Ed Sheeran-penned/Steve Mac-produced hit “What Am I.”
The Los Angeles quintet—Daniel Seavey, Corbyn Besson, Jonah Marais, Jack Avery, and Zach Herron— went back to basics for their sophomore album, flatlining all social media and picking up their instruments to personally write, record, and produce the music themselves. Led by the band’s inaugural Billboard Hot 100 charting Gold–certified single “Fallin’ (Adrenaline),” The Good Times and The Bad Ones earned their highest debut on the Billboard 200 at #3 and their first #1 album on the album sales chart.
The band has sold out back-to-back North American and global headline tours, in addition to performing on historic stages such as Radio City Music Hall (selling out the venue in under two hours) and Madison Square Garden (as part of the iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Tour). Furthermore, Why Don’t We took home the award for “Choice Music Group” at the 2019 Teen Choice Awards, received a nomination for “Best Group” at the 2019 MTV Video Music Awards, and has made high profile national television appearances on NBC’s TODAY Show (including back-to-back summer concerts in Rockefeller Plaza), ABC’s Good Morning America, nationally syndicated Live with Kelly and Ryan, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, NBC’s The Kelly Clarkson Show, CBS’s The Late Late Show with James Corden, ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! and more.
Why Don’t We returned in 2021 with their highly-anticipated single “Love Back.” Teaming up with GRAMMY-nominated producer JHart, the triumphant new track finds the quintet sounding refreshed as ever after a turbulent year, finding creative solace and marking the beginning an exciting new era for the group.
The Aces are ready to greet you now, again. It’s been four years since the quartet released their acclaimed debut album, When My Heart Felt Volcanic, in those four years, the band has supported 5 Seconds of Summer, X Ambassadors, and sold out their own US headline tour. Universally relatable and yet deeply personal, in 2020 The Aces returned with the confidence only time and true friendship can bring. Their album Under My Influence isn’t just brimming with honesty, but with trust—trust in themselves, as individuals, as a group, and in their camaraderie with their fans. The Aces are the next “it” girls, but not like “it” girls of the past. They are changing what it means to be an influencer and embodying what the modern woman has become. The Aces have developed the ability to connect with the new generation of music listeners. Sisters Cristal and Alisa Ramirez (vocals/guitar and drums, respectively), McKenna Petty (bass), and Katie Henderson (lead guitar/vocals) – all friends since grade school in Provo, Utah – explore growing up and falling in love in the 21st century with candid honesty and endearing relatability. With their infectious new single “Girls Make Me Wanna Die”, tour supporting Why Don’t We, and stops a Pride Festivals across the country, The Aces are primed to make a big splash in Summer 2022.
JVKE traveled a tried-and-true road to a fresh, focused, and fiery sound. The Rhode Island-born singer, songwriter, and producer logged countless hours on multiple instruments since the age of three, discovered production by high school, and crafted the kind of pop anthems that soar and surprise all at once. Powered by buoyant beats, lithe guitar, and unshakable hooks, he has quietly generated over 100 million streams, built an audience of 5 million-plus followers across social media, and attracted the support of everyone from Charli D’Amelio to Charlie Puth.
Now, he perfects this approach on a series of 2021 singles in partnership with AWAL.
“When people hear my music, I want them to be surprised, but to also feel an emotion,” he states. “The most important thing is the feeling. It’s what connects everyone to a song.”
He forged his own connection to music as a toddler in piano lessons. Excelling on the instrument, he also went on to receive formal training in guitar and drums. Dad worked as a pastor, so JVKE developed his chops on stage in front of the congregation, filling in on any instrument the day called for (they couldn’t pull him off the drums at seven!) and even singing. Early on, he identified the ebbs and flows of a live set and absorbed those dynamics. He also listened to everyone from Hillsong UNITED and Chris Tomlin to Kanye West and Drake. Sprouting to 6’6”, he simultaneously excelled on the basketball court. At a friend’s house one day after a game, he discovered Logic on his buddy’s computer, and it opened up endless possibilities.
Inspired immediately, he saved up and bought himself a computer setup and infused years of formal training into creating tunes with his big brother Zac in their basement. First, he dipped his toes into the industry from behind-the-scenes, landing early placements for K-Pop stars Exo and Super Junior as well as Jason Derulo.
“I took all of these different things I’ve learned and incorporated them into production,” he explains. “I was able to be on stage in church multiple times a week. To this day, I still use all of those instruments in pretty much every song. My brother and I practiced our skills together. It helped us to work quickly. He became the perfect partner, because we have a shared history.”
Music would be a family affair all-around. In 2020, JVKE crafted the original sound for what would become his debut single “Upside Down”—co-produced and co-written by Zac. Another family member contributed to its viral explosion though. He debuted the sound in a video that depicted his mom cooking up the beat. It organically exploded on TikTok before Charli D’Amelio eventually took notice and used it. Within six months, it had incited over 15 million user-generated videos, and JVKE released the official version of “Upside Down.” The song’s meteoric success led to a Charlie Puth remix collab, which earned both JVKE and Charlie a 2021 Trending VMA nomination. JVKE’s follow up, “Dandelion” was a joint release with global DJ superstars, Galantis, and has accumulated over 100-million streams to date. In September 2021, JVKE released “this is what falling in love feels like”; an instant smash that has currently surpassed 150-million streams, is breaking at Top 40 radio and was used by Samsung for their global launch commercial for the Galaxy Z Flip phone.
In the end, this is precisely why JVKE makes a lasting connection. “I want my music to be different and fresh,” he leaves off. “I hope you feel something when you’re listening to it, because it reflects my passion and attitude. I’m just a kid who’s obsessed with making all kinds of music and enjoying every second of it.”