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Daron Jones is far from being done with setting the right tone in music. The accomplished and established artist is ready to take his solo mission to unforeseen heights. As an Atlanta native, he first made a name for himself as a member of the multi-platinum, Grammy-winning group 112. Now plenty of love songs and awards later, he’s ready for a new stage. Daron’s goal is to establish a body of classic and timeless music that reﬂects the artist he is today. The stars seem to be aligned to allow this superstar to do just that.
As a child Daron Jones would spend countless hours on his grandmother’s porch, learning songs with her, by ear. It was evident even then that music and him were indeed a match. He would play songs for his friends at school, and they too recognized the gift early on. His grandmother would tell him, as he got older, that she saw something special in him when he would skip playing outside to work on music. His focus and drive was amazing to watch. Those are the same qualities that are still drawing fans to him. Daron Jones’ passion exudes through his vocals and verses.
Behind the scenes he has made his presence felt by working with some of the biggest names in the industry. He sees writing and producing as another way to make his mark. Daron was responsible for Keyshia Cole’s “I Should Have Cheated.” At that time so many people doubted that the song would be a hit. He saw it as a way to get his feet off the ground as a producer, and he has been soaring since. The song was originally written for Nivea, but it was declined. 5 years later Keyshia got her hands on it and the rest is history. That is a testament to timing, perseverance, and faith. Those are all the things Daron Jones carries with him daily, along with a strong will to win.
Daron’s mission far exceeds entertainment. He shares his thoughts on how he wants to be remembered here, “I want to be looked at as someone who invested in becoming excellent for the purpose of serving others. I do what I do to make people happy. To give people a reason to dream, and reach for the things that may seem intangible. I am a people pleaser, but I remain true to myself in the process.” As Daron likes to say, humility doesn’t mind hard work. From the looks of it, Mr. Jones and music still have a great thing going on. Stay tuned.
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