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Scottie Jax

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Not so much a Jack of all trades, but a “Jax of all trades”. Scottie Jax, a self-taught writer, music producer, and video director, is a humbled one man band. Scott knew that music was his destiny after his 5th grade music teacher spoke highly of him to his principal after watching a Bach documentary. “He was like a statue. his eyes never left the TV screen”. If you are unfamiliar with Scottie Jax, his music has been referred to by others as different and somewhat weird in a way. Unlike a majority of producers who use instruments such as guitars, pianos, etc. Scott regularly uses sound effects in his melodies. He even stated in an interview that he once used a heartbeat as a kick and a trash can as a snare in one of his beats. Video editing is also one of his many talents. “I didn’t really take it seriously at first. My close friend Adot and I went to a club and our birthdays are a week apart. We didn’t have anyone there to film us since it was only me and him. So we took turns shooting each other and that’s how I got my start. -Scottie Jax”. Many of you may not know of Scottie Jax, but many celebs are familiar with him. In 2007, Scottie and friends put together a mixtape titled “Network and Opportunity” which was hosted by Unkasa of the Harlem Diplomats. Scottie later put out his first solo mixtape a couple of years later that had features from French Montana, Styles P, and more. Many people are also unaware he is the official producer of Max B’s song “Won’t Go Back”, track 13 on Max B’s 2009 “Quarantine” mixtape. Scottie fell in love with music and began writing lyrics at the age of 9 after being influenced by his older brother’s 7th grade friend who was a DJ and soon to be what Scott describes as his mentor. By the age of 11, Scottie bought his first pair of Turntables which he used to perform in a school talent show. Scottie started doing parties for people at a young age, putting the “icing on the cake” by spinning unreleased records that he obtained after joining a record pool. At 12 years old, Scott began making rap beats on FL Studio [Fruity Loops back then] and began building a home studio with a recording booth when he was 15. Later that same year, Scottie performed as the opening act for a Stagga Lee concert with his high school friend Cuzz Flip. From 21 to 23, Scott composed his first 2 solo rap mixtapes. At 25 Scott released “Dappadan On Demand". In 2017, Scottie Jax released his own video game "Ohio Hustler".
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About Scottie Jax

Not so much a Jack of all trades, but a “Jax of all trades”. Scottie Jax, a self-taught writer, music producer, and video director, is a humbled one man band. Scott knew that music was his destiny after his 5th grade music teacher spoke highly of him to his principal after watching a Bach documentary. “He was like a statue. his eyes never left the TV screen”. If you are unfamiliar with Scottie Jax, his music has been referred to by others as different and somewhat weird in a way. Unlike a majority of producers who use instruments such as guitars, pianos, etc. Scott regularly uses sound effects in his melodies. He even stated in an interview that he once used a heartbeat as a kick and a trash can as a snare in one of his beats. Video editing is also one of his many talents. “I didn’t really take it seriously at first. My close friend Adot and I went to a club and our birthdays are a week apart. We didn’t have anyone there to film us since it was only me and him. So we took turns shooting each other and that’s how I got my start. -Scottie Jax”. Many of you may not know of Scottie Jax, but many celebs are familiar with him. In 2007, Scottie and friends put together a mixtape titled “Network and Opportunity” which was hosted by Unkasa of the Harlem Diplomats. Scottie later put out his first solo mixtape a couple of years later that had features from French Montana, Styles P, and more. Many people are also unaware he is the official producer of Max B’s song “Won’t Go Back”, track 13 on Max B’s 2009 “Quarantine” mixtape. Scottie fell in love with music and began writing lyrics at the age of 9 after being influenced by his older brother’s 7th grade friend who was a DJ and soon to be what Scott describes as his mentor. By the age of 11, Scottie bought his first pair of Turntables which he used to perform in a school talent show. Scottie started doing parties for people at a young age, putting the “icing on the cake” by spinning unreleased records that he obtained after joining a record pool. At 12 years old, Scott began making rap beats on FL Studio [Fruity Loops back then] and began building a home studio with a recording booth when he was 15. Later that same year, Scottie performed as the opening act for a Stagga Lee concert with his high school friend Cuzz Flip. From 21 to 23, Scott composed his first 2 solo rap mixtapes. At 25 Scott released “Dappadan On Demand". In 2017, Scottie Jax released his own video game "Ohio Hustler".
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