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New Music from Jeff Jones

JEFF LE’MAR JONES p/k/a “JEFF JONES”/ the "WESTGHOST", a hip-hop artist and R&B/Pop songwriter. Jeff was raised in the gang dominated streets of Southern California in cities such as Compton and South Central neighborhoods. He moved around Southern California due to his mother’s battle with drug addiction. Using music as an outlet Jeff was persistent and hardworking which landed him a major record deal at Electra Records in 2004. That summer Jeffs’ first single “Trunk Rattle” hit radio airwaves in the West Coast and Midwest regions. His first album “God Given” with features from Trick Daddy, Cee-Lo of Gnarls Barkley, and R&B group Midwest City. His high energy record “We Sum All Stars” off the album was featured in the hit Disney feature film “New York Minute” and also on the movie soundtrack. As a songwriter Jeff has worked with hit artists and producers including Lil Wayne, Akon, Gucci Mane, Destiny Childs, Ne-Yo, Bun B, Cee Lo of Gnarles Barkley, Trick Daddy, E40, Shawty Lo, Ray J, Christina Milian, Chingy, Jonathan “JR” Rotem, Eric Hudson, Robert “ES” Waller, Jazzy Phae, Poli Paul and many more gaining him the name "The WestGhost." Jeff's new project "The Resume" includes new single "We Gettin Drunk," featuring Eric Bellinger. This record along with several others were produced by Atl's up and coming hit producer "Big J". The time is now and Jeff Jones isn't going anywhere.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                    March 17, 2014
CONTACT: Zane Lawrence, 13547 Ventura Blvd #397, Sherman Oaks, CA, 91423, Cell: (818) 822-0849,,
 Shatter Proof Music Group is proud to present the highly anticipated Hip Hop artist Jeff “WestGhost” Jones, and his hit single “We Gettin Drunk” with the feature of Grammy Winner Eric Bellinger.  The single is the first hit of many off Jeff’s album entitled “The Resume”. Filled with undeniable bangers, Jeff Jones is what many will see as a breath of fresh air. His adaptable style, listener friendly tone and ability to flow over an array of beats. Jeff's writing ability is a winning combination of street swagger with soulfulness and melody. Jeff has a melodic flow that he will display to the masses.
Artist, definitely, but a songwriter, Amazing. Jeff Jones is a beast from behind the scene while working with some of the game’s top artist and producer’s. His high energy record “We Sum All Stars” was featured in the hit Disney feature film “New York Minute” and also on the movie soundtrack. He was also on “4 Life,” an urban drama starring Wood Harris (The Wire) and Elise Neal (Hustle & Flow, All of Us).  Jeff has also written songs for or songs featuring hit artists with producers, including Lil Wayne, Akon, Gucci Mane, Ne-Yo, Bun B, E40, Shawty Lo, Ray J, Christina Milian, Chingy, Trick Daddy, Cee-Lo of Gnarls Barkley, and R&B group Midwest City.  Jonathan “JR” Rotem, Jazze Pha, Eric Hudson, Robert “ES” Waller, Jazzy Phae and Jeff’s current single “We Gettin Drunk” producer Big J out of Atlanta.

Jeff’s single is skillfully blended into a seamless flow. One fan said “Its music to relate to as the lyrics gets your mind going and the beats just hits you right between the eyes.” Again Jeff “WestGhost” Jones is a beast and its not just because he can write and say a few lyrics but more so, he can write albums and albums of hits. It's hard to imagine another artist on the Independent Hip Hop scene who combines the same concise, deceptively sound, lyrical insight making it a mix of Quik, Jay Z and Crooked I, with a killer prowess. He may rep the WestCoast but the whole world will love “We Gettin Drunk”, “The Resume” and continue to become fans of JEFF “WESTGHOST” JONES.
Jeff is available for phone interview.  Please contact Zane Lawrence to set up a time that is convenient.

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 contact info.
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