The Joint CEO of Row Productions, Jack Brooker is no silent partner. At 25 years of age Jack is joint head of his own label but he is also a rapper and singer with a growing catalogue of songs set to take the industry by storm.
Jack started writing and performing music at the age of 15. In his late teens he did a handful of performances until he hit 20. Due to personal reasons, The Jb Kid, as he was formerly known, decided to leave the music behind. However, when you have the level of talent for writing and performing that Jack has, you cant keep a good man down for long.
Jack had a vision. He had ideas about building a platform for local talent. So he and his brother James decided to set up Row Record Productions. Row is still in its infancy yet in less than a year the label has signed a slew of new talent and is building a brand set to take over 2018. Shutting down the BRITS After Party & Spring Break Festival in Amsterdam, Row, and Jack, are heading for big things.
Off stage Jack is the quieter of the Brooker brothers. But something happens to him when he steps on stage and picks up a microphone. The transformation into J-Brooker becomes apparent from the moment Jack opens his mouth. He is fierce on stage. His tracks are catchy crowd pleasers that take the atmosphere up a notch when he performs. His lyrics are clever and fresh. He definitely has a gift.
He is grounded though, and humble. Although much of the business side of things is taken care of by his brother, Jack himself can be seen at shows ensuring the other artists are ok and supporting all the acts on his roster. He is the Artists’ artist. When he performs all the other Row artists in attendance will be spitting along with him, and helping to get the crowd hyped. Its a level of respect Jack deserves. He puts the work in.
Jack’s music is available across all digital platforms. His latest single “Row Gang” is a fierce track leaving you in no doubt that J-Brooker is serious about his future.
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