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Baltimore native son and songwriter, reemerges to set the new standard for R&B Music powerhouse compilation "The Glass House” Spring 2017 release
Realizing his strengths in songwriting and combining that with a style influenced by great artists of the past, Dwayne "Cooli Hi" Jones has been able to expand his body of work over the course of the last decade with multiple local and national hits that continue to touch the hearts and souls of many with his gift. His past experiences have molded an artist who realizes that music is not an avenue to wealth, but an outlet of expression that holds the power to touch lives and lift spirits. More importantly for him, music is a way of life. He amply applies his songwriting and production talent to his new compilation EP, slated for Spring 2017, "The Glass House". The lead single, "SIGnS", is highly spirited with the, take'm to church, vocals of “Scola” from legendary super group “Dru Hill”. Dwayne "Cooli Hi" Jones lends his intentional, yet laid back verse to the track, to paint the audience a vivid and intense picture of life and death. In a musical landscape that is void of true sustenance, the writings of Dwayne Jones on “The Glass House" compilation aims to change that reality with the release of a project that hits the very heart of life, love, death and self reflection. The project will be available at all digital retailers, including iTunes, Google Play, and more. The new single "SignS is available now and distributed by cdbaby.
"The goal is to create music that's relevant 100 years from today. ~ Dwayne Cooli Hi Jones"
About Dwayne "Cooli Hi" Jones
Dwayne "Cooli Hi" Jones originally started his musical career as a hip hop recording artist. What distinguished this Baltimore native from other artists in that genre is the compelling subject matter, smooth delivery, and unique lyrical content. With his baritone laden rhymes, he gives his fans an incredible visual experience as he narrates stories of common urban tales and life experiences. So it’s no surprise that songwriting was this talented artist’s next exploration. In 2001 Cooli Hi was featured on Def Jam Recording artist, Sisqo, sophomore album, “Return of the Dragon”. The hit single, “Can I Live”, was produced by none other than the king of "New Jack Swing" himself, Teddy Riley. Since his debut on the from the multi-platinum album, Cooli Hi has performed with such notable groups as Dru Hill and The Backstreet Boys. This experience gave him the opportunity to perform on MTV’s “Total Request Live” (TRL), CBS “This Morning” and the “BET Music Awards”. In addition to countless performances in the United States, Cooli Hi has entertained audiences all over the world. Including his performance on “Top Of The Pops”, the legendary syndicated show in London that features the biggest acts in Hip Hop, Rock and Pop music. In 2006 a childhood friend introduced him to a BMI executive with the intentions of showcasing his hip hop writing talents. As the BMI executive listened, he periodically stopped the music, curious to find out who wrote the choruses on the tracks. When he discovered that Cooli Hi wrote and arranged all of the choruses, he asked a question, “Have you ever considered writing an entire R&B song?” That simple inquiry undoubtedly unlocked the initiative for this exceptional musician to transition from writing hooks, to writing breathtaking songs that cover an array of music genres. His lyrics target the pulse of everyday life and lay the foundation for pure human sentiment. That is his formula for timeless music.
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