Tell us about yourself.

My name is Coco Jones, I started singing before I could talk and haven’t stopped since. I went the whole “local artist” route until I got a chance to be in Disney’s NBT talent competition, and it’s really history.

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Tell us about yourself as an artist.

Me as an artist I try to be as honest and relatable as possible because you don’t make music just for yourself, you want your fans who support you to feel heard as well. As an artist my goal is to make songs that people can listen to and say “omg same I just went through this”

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Tell us the reason you decided to go into music.

I never decided to go into music, I feel like it kind of chose me.

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Tell us about the story behind your song.

“Let Me Check It” is really the girl anthem, anytime I’m trying to go detective on somebody my first sentence is “lemme check ya phone”. How could you not write a song about that! It is relatable!

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Tell us about the recording and production of the song.

Me and Midas (Kiplin Evans) met forever ago so it doesn’t even feel like work when we do, the process is second nature.

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Tell us the artists you will like to collaborate with in the future.

Firstly I’d have to collaborate with really creative talented people: Beyoncé, Justin Timberlake, Missy Elliot, Kendrick… Secondly I’m a businesswoman so whoever’s popping lol.

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Tell us the names of blogs, radio or TV stations that have supported you so far.

Too many to remember; Essence and Disney were a big support but I do appreciate all the outlets that show me love.

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Tell us the kind of work you like to do apart from music.

Apart from music I like to stay creative; I love doing makeup and hair, and I’m adventurous so activities around that, and I love hanging with my family.

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State the links to your social networks and stores for the purchase of your music.

Website

Instagram
YouTube
Spotify

SoundCloud

Twitter

Facebook

Stores

iTunes

Spotify
Amazon

Apple Music

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Tell us more about your music career and experience so far.

I mean my career in general has been an interesting ride, I definitely grew up faster than the kids around me because I was already so invested in singing and I think I’m always chasing that same hunger I’ve always had. It’s definitely a long ride, but as long as I have the passion for this I’m down with the journey.

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Tell us your favorite artistes and the reason for choosing them.

The artists I mentioned previously are my favorites; they are very creative and I would love to experience the process first hand, I know I’d learn so much from it.

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Tell us your definition of a hit song.

If I knew the definition you think I’d be spreading it around? Lol I’m kidding I honestly don’t know, sometimes I think I do but I don’t. My best guess is a song so memorable it gets stuck in your head.

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Tell us your happiest moment in your music career.

Too many! I’m happiest when I’m performing for hype crowds, and when filming something fun!

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Tell us about the genre of your music.

It is mostly R&B but mixed with Pop and a touch of Electronic; honestly the music industry is shifting over to more of a mix of genres, no song is one anymore.

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Tell us the names of music producers you will prefer for music production and state your reasons.

The producers that made my EP come to life are Midas (Kiplin Evans) and Col3man (Greggory Ellis). They worked very hard for very long to give me everything I envisioned and that’s a dream for an artist. I’d recommended them.

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Tell us the secret behind success in life.

Success to me means peace, or being content with where God is leading you. So I think the secret is: Prayer, hard work, patience, and gratefulness.

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Tell us your view on signing to a major label and “Doing It Yourself”.

It’s just a preference honestly; you can have the label money, but just know they’re your boss, OR you can do it with whatever’s in your pockets which can be harder, but it’s definitely less hands in the pot.

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Tell us the challenges you are facing as a musician.

Daily challenges: What to release, and When lol.

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Give a piece of advice to your fans.

Best advice I’ve got for you guys is prepare for what you’re praying for. How you going to ask God for something you’re not ready to receive? He’d be a bad dad if he just spoiled us like that; but his timing is best so keep expecting and keep grinding!


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