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There's not many in today's scene whose music you can instantly recognize, but Jay Vegas has quickly become one of them, having developed his own unique twisted disco sound.

Jay started his career in the early 90's as a session keyboardist, he'd come up with catchy hooks for local producers. Most noteble was his killer piano riff on K-Klass's remix of Bobby Brown – Two Can Play That Game.

Towards the end of the 90's Jay teamed up with ex Mr Peach (Olympic Records) member James Ryan. They worked under the various aliases including: Soundscapers and Nu Graduates. Their productions and remixes appeared on labels such as Subliminal, Ministry of Sound, Cream, Fantasia & Cleveland City. Jay and James were one of the first UK artist to appear on Erick Morillo's iconic label Subliminal, with their remix of 'Kaya – My God is Real' which was Pete Tong's 'Essential New Tune' on BBC Radio 1.

In 1999 Jay released 'Tribal Chant' on London based label Kingpin. This was the conception of his solo alias Jay Vegas.

In 2011 Jay joined San Francisco's Guesthouse Music, settling in amongst a roster of hugely talented artists such as: DJ Sneak, Gramophonedzie, Sonny Fodera, Gene Farris & DJ Dan.

Since then Jay has released music on Miguel Migs' label Salted Music with his deep house hit 'Move That Body'.

More recently he was invited into the Toolroom Records family by head honcho Mark Knight to release 'High' featuring Chicago house legend Ron Carroll. Mark Knight makes it no secret that Jay Vegas is one of his favourite house music producers and continually supports his music on his radio shows and DJ gigs around the globe.

Since conception Jay's funky style has been well received, gaining support from some of the industry's biggest names including: David Morales, Mark Knight, Erick Morillo, Mousse T, Norman Cook, Junior Vasquez, Danny Rampling and Grant Nelson. Grant Nelson in particular helped push Jay's sound by regularly featuring Jay's tracks on his Housecall Radio Show.

Jay has remixed for an array of artists: Todd Terry, Mark Knight, David Penn, DJ Chus, Harry Romero, Gene Farris & Joeski. His music has appeared on all the major compilations including: Ministry of Sound, Toolroom, Cream & Hed Kandi.

As well as holding down a busy DJ schedule, Jay also runs his own imprint Hot Stuff Records. It's already become a firm favourite with DJ's, having released a string of Traxsource #1's with his own tracks: Say To Ya, Luv Drug, Come Soon & Body & Soul.

Jay's musical taste knows no boundaries and is not restricted by genre - his "If it's good, I'll play it" mentality has took him around the world playing at some of the best clubs; from Ibiza to as far as Australia.

If you like your music funky, energetic and exciting check out Jay Vegas!
The Soundtrack
Original Mix (5:57)
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Radio Edit (3:10)
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Jay Vegas Latin Extended Remix (5:48)
What You Got
Original Mix (5:33)
Can U Feel It
2023 Remaster (5:32)
Lucky Star
Jay Vegas Classic Disco Mix (6:32)

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