Jordan Laws

Jordan Laws

Jordan Laws
Promotional photo of Laws from 2013
Background information
Origin New York, New York, United States
Genres Electro house, Hip hop, Nu-disco, House, Nu-pop, Pop culture, Synthpop
Occupation(s) DJ, Record producer, Singer, Songwriter, Video editor, Sound designer, Composer, Engineer
Instruments Vocals, Bass, Turntables, Personal computer, Drum machine, synthesizer, Sampler sequencer, Ableton Live, Serato

Jordan Laws is an American music producer, recording artist, and DJ. He’s produced pop culture mashups, combining elements of music, film and television, and is an international performer. As a recording artist, he's served as a vocalist and songwriter,[1] with two solo singles to his credit.[2]

Contents

  • Career 1
  • Discography and videography 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Career

Born in New York City, Laws began his career as a DJ and production assistant and worked as a member of the production team for Christina Aguliera’s Grammy-award winning Back to Basics album and on her single, “Ain’t No Other Man”.[3]

Best known as an international DJ and music producer, Laws began in 2007 as the DJ and producer of Dwyane Wade's "All In" Converse ad campaign, which included music by Rick Ross and was directed by Little X.[4] In 2008, Laws was the DJ for Kim Kardashian's Stoli Hotel tours. He was the guest DJ at the Producer Guild of America's 2011 DIGITAL 25: Leaders in Emerging Entertainment Awards[5] and has been the official DJ for the Lenovo Consumer Electronics Show since 2013. Laws headlined South by Southwest in 2013.[6]

Laws’ video work includes video mashups produced while with a video collective, Screenwerks,[7] most notably Movie Line Rhymes,[8] garnering attention from The Huffington Post, CBS News and the Today Show. Laws produced the Best of: Ultra 2011 Music Videos for Ultra Records, featuring artists including Steve Aoki, Above & Beyond, Wolfgang Gartner, Calvin Harris, Benny Benassi, Skrillex, and Will.i.am.

Discography and videography

List of Laws' Discography & Videography.[1][2]

Year Album/Song/Video Artist/Label Role
2006 Back to Basics Christina Aguilera Mixing Assistant
2006 "Ain't No Other Man" Christina Aguilera Assistant
2006 "Still Dirrty"[9] Christina Aguilera Assistant
2006 "Thank You" Christina Aguilera Assistant
2007 Princess P Paris Bennett Assistant Engineer, Mixing Assistant
2008 Keeps Getting' Better: A Decade of Hits Christina Aguilera Audio Production, Mixing Assistant
2009 Street Hop Royce da 5'9" Vocals
2011 Best of: Ultra 2011 Music Videos Ultra Records Producer
2013 "Charm City" Jordan Laws Recording Artist
2013 "Feelin' Good" Jordan Laws Recording Artist
2007 "Flashing Lights" (Remix) Kanye West Producer/Remixer
2013 "Gun" (Remix) CHVRCHES Producer/Remixer
2013 "B.E.A.T" (Remix) Selena Gomez Producer/Remixer
2014 "Blow" (Remix) Beyonce Producer/Remixer
2014 "Paradise Is You" (Remix) La Roux Producer/Remixer

References

  1. ^ a b "Jordan Laws Artist Credits". All Music. All Media Network, LLC. Retrieved 8 March 2015. 
  2. ^ a b "Jordan Laws Discography". CDUniverse.com. CD Universe. Retrieved 9 March 2015. 
  3. ^ "Back to Basics Credits". AllMusic.com. All Media Network, LLC. Retrieved 8 March 2015. 
  4. ^ "Rick Ross Boosts Wade 2.0 Campaign". Billboard.com. Billboard. Retrieved 7 March 2015. 
  5. ^ "2011 Producers Guild Of America 25: Leaders In Emerging Entertainment". Wire Image. Getty Images. Retrieved 8 March 2015. 
  6. ^ "VEGAS.com Brings Famed Video DJ to Festival, Announces Contest for Free Trip to Vegas". Vegas.com. Vegas.com. Retrieved 10 March 2015. 
  7. ^ Movie Line Rhymes' Rap Is Cinematic Gold (VIDEO)"'". Huffington Post. TheHuffingtonPost.com. Retrieved 7 March 2015. 
  8. ^ Goodman, William. Movie Line Rhymes" is a must-see musical mashup of movies""". CBSNews.com. CBS News. Retrieved 8 March 2015. 
  9. ^ "Back to Basics". Hi-Fi. Retrieved 1 June 2015. 

External links

  • Jordan Laws on All Music Credits