A Hurricane of creativity and Talent.
Aynzli Jones has seen the life of an independent artist hustling to be heard, through to a major label signee, and everything in between! He's shown he’s ready for anything: having hit the stage everywhere from sound clashes in Kingston Jamaica to London fashion week cat walks, had his music synched to global ad campaigns, and worked with Grammy award winning producers and artists. He's seen the highs and lows of nearly every aspect of the industry - all the while blazing his own path. All of that has been a prelude to 2013, when Aynzli will be introduced to the world across a variety of major media platforms and releases, and where he will introduce the world to his sound and style - 'Future Vintage'.
2013 is set to be a breakout year for Aynzli, beginning with a global campaign for Coca Cola (see here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fo31riY3mzM) with fellow artist Metis for the track ‘All In’, set for July 2013 release on Warner Music Group. Aynzli will also feature on the lion’s share of the upcoming N.A.S.A album including the debut single ‘Hide’ (March 26, 2013), as well as featuring on their live tour in America, Asia and Latin America later this year. The N.A.S.A. album also features highly anticipated collaborations between Aynzli and Cee Lo, as well as Fat Lip (Pharcyde).
At the same time, Aynzli is putting the finishing touches on his debut solo album ‘Future Vintage’, featuring production from Moby, Squeek-e-Clean (N.A.S.A), Jahlil Beats (RocNation), !llmind (50-Cent, etc…), and Redskull Beats (K-Koke), among others. In addition to an album, Future Vintage is a lifestyle brand, and the natural outgrowth of an artistic career steeped not only in music, but also in fashion, design, and modeling (Aynzli has recently signed with Models 1).
Far from an overnight success story, Aynzli has paid dues on both sides of the Atlantic for the past few years, beginning with his buzz single ‘Had Enuff’ (Mercury Universal, 2009). He subsequently featured on Moby’s single ‘Alice’, which led to a promotional tour in the States including appearances on the Carson Daly Show and the Yahoo Nissan live set. His exciting stage performances there led to shows at Glastonbury, T-4 on the beach, Rise Festival, I Love Live! and a support slot on Ziggy Marley’s UK tour. Offers to collaborate with a wide array of artists quickly followed, including: Kool Keith, Royce da 5’9”, K-Koke, Metis, Sizzla Kalonji, and super-producer Salaam Remi (Amy Winehouse, The Fugees, Nas), among others.