JXN Cotton Candy

JXN Cotton Candy

Australian pop / R&B artist JXN (aka Jacko Brazier) has today released his undeniably catchy track 'Cotton Candy' via new label home, City Pop Records.

Brimful of charm and springtime feels, the cruisy, almost hypnotic tune comes from a very personal point of view, as JXN explains, "Cotton Candy is directed at my life and how I know I can be a pain but also appreciate the fact that certain people can stick with me like cotton candy and them knowing they can also count on me."

Andrew Stone, (Head of City Pop Records) said today, "JXN's dedicated fan base and charismatic personality drew us like so many others into his aura, and we are so fortunate to have the opportunity to work with him and his team. He's the complete package and totally dedicated to his craft as a writer and performer. Chuggi and I are so happy to welcome him to the City Pop roster."

JXN says of the singing: "The decision to join forces with City Pop and the entire Chugg family was a no brainer. Their ability to break records & artists is  unparalleled and we are all very confident and excited in what's to come.  Don't blink."

JXN made his live debut supporting Allday, Mallrat and E^ST at venues across Australia, along with a string of solo shows in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney late last year.

After making an impressive start in 2018 with the launch of his first single "Solitude", JXN followed up with the releases "Red Lights", a collaboration with New York rapper A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and "Going Off" featuring Bronx rapper A$AP Twelvyy, followed by breakup jam "Just Okay". Collectively the tracks have accumulated over 9 million worldwide streams. His debut extended play, "Never A Sad Adventure", was released last year to critical acclaim… "The organic and electronic instrumentation utilised blend with absolute ease across the six track offering." (Acid Stag)

While JXN might seem like he's destined for stardom, his feet are still planted firmly on the ground. For him, this music is about human connection, not material gain - "I've always used music to reach out and connect with people, and give people different emotions," he says. "It's very important to me that I get my messages across, inspire people and make people happy."