Born to a musical pedigree (his dad was the drummer for Todd Rundgren, Hall & Oates and others), Jamin Wilcox lived and breathed music from an early age. Jamin moved with his family of musical hippies around the country, starting in Woodstock and eventually ending up in Los Angeles. After successful stints in the bands Audiovent (Atlantic Records) and Under the Influence of Giants (Island Records), Jamin carved his own path as a solo artist under the moniker J-MAN. With a unique blend of catchy hooks, in-your-face vocals, dirty beats and grimy bass lines, J-Man’s music is tailor made for street parties and dance floors alike. After one listen, you will hear why he has already landed major synchs with his driving, modern sound.