Hailed as a “music guru” by Rolling Stone and cited among the “world’s Top DJ’s” by The New York Times, J.PERIOD is a master of his craft: a musical storyteller whose work bridges cultures, generations and styles.
J.PERIOD's resume boasts collaborations with GRAMMY® winners Common, John Legend, Joss Stone & Mary J. Blige. He has been called “the most creative mixtape producer of all-time” by music icon, Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson (The Roots, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon).
For years, J.PERIOD's "musical documentary" projects have redefined the hip hop landscape, merging music with narrative to tell stories in a powerful and unprecedented way. His work with hip hop and R&B titans including Nas, Kanye West, Lauryn Hill, and Q-Tip has received countless awards and earned millions of listeners. This legacy of groundbreaking work was recently celebrated in the exclusive J.PERIOD X 10 Collection.
In 2015, J.PERIOD produced the original score for the EMMY® award-winning The Doctor, the original theme song for the relaunch of NBA TV's flagship Inside Stuff, plus critically-acclaimed remix tributes to James Brown, 2Pac and The Notorious B.I.G.. For his efforts, J.PERIOD was nominated for DJ/Remixer of The Year at the 2014 Global Spin Awards and among Okayplayer's Best of 2014.
As Music Supervisor for the Brooklyn Nets’ at Barclays Center, J.PERIOD's custom-curated soundtrack has won rave reviews and was praised as the new standard for music in the NBA arena (ESPN). J.PERIOD is also credited with producing the Brooklyn Nets' opening theme song in both of its first two seasons at Barclays Center.
Outside the studio, J.PERIOD is equally adept onstage, performing as Tour DJ for artists including Black Thought, The Roots, Lauryn Hill, Nas, Q-Tip & Kanye West at venues ranging from Summer Jam 2014 to Johannesburg’s Coca-Cola Dome.
J.PERIOD is currently in the studio working on his debut solo album, scheduled for release in early 2016. Click here to listen to previously released J.PERIOD productions.