Aquarius Jones
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Aquarius Jones

Phoenix, Arizona, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2020

Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Established on Jan, 2020
Band Hip Hop R&B




"Aquarius Jones-All In"

Clarity and relevance of debut album “All In” elevate Aquarius Jones above the crowd

Hip Hop and R&B artist, Aquarius Jones has a passion for delivering fun and entertaining music, coupled with an energy that attracts sophisticated music listeners. His first single “All In” is set to release 11/8, followed by his debut album also titled “All In” soon after.

Recorded at DigiLabs (Phoenix) and The Saltmine (Mesa), “All In” is 15 tracks of enjoyable dance music with themes related to the grind and hustle of everyday life. The collection is characterized by a clean, professional sound with strikingly clear vocals. The highly relevant track, “IG” brings to life the struggle of worrying about what to post and how much to post on social media. The aptly named “Party” track is a straightforward, uptempo dance song, and the album’s title track relates the story of the partnership between Aquarius and his manager, sharing the energy and effort it takes to launch a career and an album.

Aquarius and his team take great pains to make certain that his content resonates with fans by delivering clear and understandable lyrics consistently. Enthusiastic about making music, Aquarius is also gifted with an ability to write quality songs. He can deliver what people want – a nice beat with a catchy hook – at an incredibly fast pace.

Music videos have already been completed for two tracks, “IG” and “All In.” Shot in and around Tempe, Arizona, students from Arizona State University will recognize some of the locations. The highly anticipated videos incorporate skits reminiscent of an old school music video storytelling style. The storylines sound promising: While the video for “All In” shares the work behind the progress of this artist’s career, the “IG” video features comedy, acting out humorous social media situations and the clever inclusion of a pervasive Instagram item which you have to watch out for!

Aquarius Jones started singing, rapping, doing talent shows and writing his own music when he was 9 years old. Music was something he always wanted to do growing up while listening to his favorite artists like Michael Jackson, Drake, Usher, Chris Brown. He seriously began to pursue his music career at 16. A committed and electrifying performer, audiences have always gravitated towards him.

An authentic artist who is into having a good time, enjoying life and meeting people, Aquarius’ positivity comes out in his music. He has a higher level of excitement and passion than his peers which drew the attention of his manager. This resulted in a partnership with GMajesty Entertainment to create top quality music that is real and enjoyable to a wide audience, and to bring those results to the world. Aquarius Jones is delivering his message in a cool way that can be enjoyed by all. - The Hype magazine

"Aquarius Jones-Party"

Keeping it authentic and eccentric, Southwest Hip Hop artist, Aquarius Jones has been releasing a steady string of topnotch singles since last fall. In November, his song “All In” shared the struggles of launching a career, followed by the social media commentary of his second track, “IG.” Now, Aquarius keeps the pressure coming with his new single, “Party.”
An uptempo Hip Hop song with Pop and R&B flavor, “Party” was recorded at DigiLabs in Phoenix and released late last year. The new single has been a huge hit at the artist’s live gigs. At a recent show in Phoenix, Arizona, the artist and his music received a lot of love and support which keeps Aquarius going and excited about making music.

A naturally gifted songwriter, Aquarius works with three local beat makers. “When I hear the beat,” he said, “something automatically clicks to me.” When he heard the beat for the new single, he immediately shifted into Party Mode. Aquarius created a track which evokes the desire to groove and enjoy life. It’s a track that is suitable for play in any club.

Aquarius Jone’s manager, Gary Biscoe of Gmajesty Entertainment, developed the concept for the new music video for “Party” which was filmed at Exodus in Phoenix. Music video production is not without its challenges, but Gary and Aquarius were determined to make the video shoot happen. Last minute no shows forced them to take a different approach for the video shoot, and they were still able to create a video that mirrors the upbeat energy and celebratory style of the song.

Aquarius is grateful for the opportunity to make music and he sees his talent as a gift from God. He loves being able to write from the heart and express how he feels through his music. “I just love what music does to me as a person,” he said. Music helps him to relate to others and he is ready for the world to hear him.

Consistently moving forward, Aquarius and his team are already working on the next single which will be accompanied by a new music video. They are also working on Aquarius’ debut album, “All In.” Filled with energetic dance music with themes related to the everyday grind and hustle, the album should be released sometime later this year.

Music fans in Los Angeles will have the chance to check out Aquarius and his new aqua-rush blue hair at one of his live shows this month. Aquarius has performances scheduled for the 17th and 22nd of February. Judging by the live footage from last month’s shows (which can be viewed on the artist’s Instagram and YouTube channels), the upcoming shows are definitely worth looking into. - The Hype Magazine


hose born between Jan. 20 and Feb. 18 fall under the star sign Aquarius. They’re people who are typically shy and quiet, with bursts of eccentricity and energy. They’re deep thinkers and highly intellectual people who love helping others, and they’re able to see people without prejudice which means they often offer unique solutions to the problems of the world.
This perfectly describes Arizona Hip Hop artist Aquarius Jones. He’s a man who wants to help people by encouraging them not to give up when times get tough and by providing them an element of entertainment that will be uplifting and motivational. His music does just that.
He started singing and rapping at the age of 9, and loved it so much that he hasn’t looked back since. He has always wanted to be an entertainer – it’s something he said he was born with. By the age of 16, he began to pursue music seriously and has been intentional about focusing on the lyrical content of his songs and pairing that with a “swag fashion sense and pure passion for the art.”

“My sound and style comes with passion, hunger and a love for music,” he said. “I like to put out good music – dope music that people can understand and relate to. Music they can sing along to. I like to get the fans to rock with me when they hear my music.”
It hasn’t always been the easiest road, however. Aquarius recalls many times when he’s had setbacks in his pursuit of relevance in the music industry, but he’s always maintained a persistent attitude.

“When times get hard, you want to give up. But there’s always someone out there to push you and keep you believing that one day your time will come,” he said. “For me, that one person in particular who supported me and had my back is my manager, Gary Biscoe of Gmajesty Entertainment. I met him at a show and after he saw me perform, he pulled me to the side and asked if I worked with anyone and how serious I was about my career. We continued to connect after that and the rest is history.”

Together, the two have worked on Aquarius’ most recent project, a 15-song album called “All-In.” It was recorded at DigiLabs in Phoenix and The Saltmine in Mesa, Arizona in conjunction with Gmajesty Entertainment, a music artist management company. Aquarius describes it as an album filled with enjoyable dance music with themes that relate to the grind and hustle of everyday life.

“The inspiration was the growth and development of my career,” he said. “I put everything into this album. It really relates the journey of being able to tell the world and my fans what it took to get to where we are now. It took a lot of hard work to get here. And this album lets fans know that though it may look easy behind the scenes, there’s actually a lot of blood, sweat and tears that went into it. Nothing is easy. This kind of success comes with a lot of hard work.”

One of the hottest tracks on the album is “IG.” It’s an upbeat song that Aquarius said takes a critical look at social media and the addictive pull it can have on an individual.

“Have you ever had those moments when you don’t know what to post or when to post, or if your content is even good enough to post?” he said. “You want to grab someone’s attention and you wonder if people are taking you seriously. The anxiety that comes from social media is real, and that’s what this song is about. It’s up-tempo and people will definitely be able to dance and vibe to it. There’s also a little bit of comedy to it. It’s a pretty great song and people love it.”

Aquarius said one of the things he’s most grateful for these days is the response from his fans. It means a lot to him to know that they like what they hear and that they always want more from him. He said he’s very excited about dropping his debut album “All-In” in early 2020. Until then, he’s planning to drop a new single called “Party” on Dec. 11. It’s the perfect song for the holidays and will be the hit song of New Year parties all across the U.S. - The Source


Still working on that hot first release.



Aquarius Jones, is a Hip Hop artist born in Phoenix, Arizona. He began singing, rapping, participating in talent shows and writing his own music at the age of 9. He began to pursue music seriously at the age of 16. Aquarius enjoys creating diverse music content that stems from his West Coast upbringing. His debut album "ALL IN" and future projects will highlight his creativity and depicts what his current motivations are. You will discover his debut album "ALL IN" focuses on how difficult it is to have success in the music industry and importance of giving everything you have internally to have a legit shot. The album also speaks to his rough upbringing of the poverty stricken projects in inner city Phoenix that were drug infested and full of gangs who escaped California and rooted themselves in Arizona. Aquarius has always been ambitious and wanted nothing more than to escape his environment and found Hip Hop music as his way out

He prides himself on building great relationship with his fans and have been known to call, email and DM his fans personally to thank them for their support while also providing them with merch, concert tickets and other cool giveaways. Recently Aquarius performed Live in Los Angeles, Phoenix and had scheduled shows in Las Vegas and Charlotte before the COVID19 Pandemic. Please check out his debut album "ALL IN" streaming now! Below are some links sharing highlights of his journey thus far.