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Background information
Birth nameJaswinder Singh
Also known asJazzfeezy, J.Singh, Jazzy
Born (1986-07-12) July 12, 1986 (age 37)
OriginBarrie, Ontario, Canada
InstrumentsKeyboards, Sampler
Years active2006–present
LabelsJazzfeezy Productions, BMG, Maverick
Associated actsSteve Samson, Chris "Scena" Meesen, Gee Roberson, DJ MLK

Jazz Singh (born July 12, 1986)[1] professionally known as Jazzfeezy, is a Certified Canadian music producer from Barrie, Ontario.[2] He was mentored by fellow Canadian music producers Boi-1da and T-Minus.[1] Jazzfeezy is one of the very few producers to release a compilation album in Canada. He has produced records most notably for Drake, T.I., Rick Ross, Young Thug, Bankroll Mafia, MGK, Lil Durk, KES and Chloe Flower among others.

Early life[edit]

Jazz was quite young when he family left India and moved to Canada.[1] He grew up in Barrie, a small town located just north of Toronto. His mother exposed him to Bollywood music at home which sparked his interest in music.[1] As a teenager, his favourite genres of music included Rock, Hip Hop and R&B.[1] Between the ages of 16 - 17, Jazz discovered Digital audio workstations called Sony Sound Pro, FL 2 (formerly known as FruityLoops) and Cool Edit Pro.[2] During his senior year in high school, Jazzfeezy started making beats using FL 5 and Sound Forge.[1]


During one of Toronto's Battle of the Beat Makers competitions, Jazz connected with Matthew Samuels aka Boi-1da who mentored him on making beats and later introduced him to T-Minus.[2]

"T. Williams and Boi-1da have taken the time to mentor me and develop my production. Without these two individuals I would not be where I am today as a producer and as a human being." - Jazzfeezy[1]

In 2005, Jazz attended Georgian College, but left a year later to pursue a career in music production.[1] From 2006 - 2007, he attended Harris Institute and graduated with a Diploma in Music Production and Audio Engineering.[3] During his time at Harris, Jazz established relationships with industry professionals and began recruiting producers, singers and songwriters to join his production team.[4]

While working part-time at a studio in 2008, Jazz began recording tracks for aspiring local artists who never seemed to have the budget to produce full albums.[5] Although he was still in the early stages of his career, Jazzfeezy was inspired to put together a compilation album. This project would help out local artists while highlighting a majority of his production. At this point in time, Boi-1da and T-Minus were becoming highly sought-out producers from Toronto and this was something which, no other Canadian producers were doing. The album titled Jazzfeezy Presents: Unveiling the Rapture featured verses by August Rigo, Andreena Millz and additional vocals by local singers and songwriters from Toronto. To garner appeal, the album also featured a few tracks co-produced by Boi-1da and T-Minus.

On September 24, 2011, Boi-1da released the Boi-1da Sound Kit vol 1. which Jazzfeezy helped him create.[6] In December 2012, Boi-1da and Jazzfeezy released the Boi-1da Sound Kit vol. 2 which contained 200 sounds used in Billboard records by Drake, Nas and Eminem.[7]

On October 9, 2012, after years of perseverance and dedication, Jazzfeezy finally landed his first major album placement on MGK's album, Lace Up with "Runnin'" which he produced with Boi-1da.[8] The album debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard 200.[9] Jazzfeezy originally co-produced the beat with Boi-1da and T-Minus for "Word's Won't Do" in Jazzfeezy Presents: Unveiling the Rapture before it was pitched to MGK on behalf of 1da Boi Productions. Unfortunately, due to poorly referenced sources on the web, some people have mistakenly credited the track as being produced by "Boi-1da and DJ Jazzy Jeff."[10]

The song "Runnin'" on MGK's Lace Up album was co-written by J.Singh aka Jazzfeezy and featured additional production by Jazzy aka Jazzfeezy for 1da Boi Productions.

In 2014, Jazzfeezy landed his first T.I. placement for the single "I Ain't Goin'" which he co-produced with Steve Samson. The track was featured in the TV series House of Lies.[11] Later that year, T.I. released his album Paperwork: The Motion Picture which featured production by Jazzfeezy and Steve Samson on the track "You Can Tell How I Walk" featuring Rick Ross.[12] During an interview in 2014 with Christina Lee of Atlanta's Creative Loafing, T.I.'s Touring DJ, who managed Jazzfeezy at the time quoted:

"One of my homies from Canada was like,“MLK, check out this guy right here.” We reached out to him and said, “Man, let me see your range.” I got nine beats with nine different hooks on them. When I told him I need some backpacker music or some dope music for Kanye, Jay Z, or CyHi the Prynce, he knew. He understood Wu-Tang Clan, and he kept up with what was going on with Future and Young Thug. His ear reminded me of my ear, because I'm an open-format DJ." - DJ MLK

In 2015, T.I. released an EP titled Da Nic which featured another track produced by Jazzfeezy and Scena titled "Broadcast Live".[13] With three T.I. records already under his belt, it was no surprise when Bankroll Mafia released their self-titled debut album in April 2016 and featured four tracks co-produced by Jazzfeezy: "Hyenas", "No Colour", "Hundreds On 'Em" and "Mafia, Mafia".[14]

On December 7, 2016, Trinidad's Caribbean pop/soca group Kes the Band released a single titled "Wine Up,"[15] which was produced by Jazzfeezy, Steve Samson and Sweeny. The record was written by seven-time Caribbean Marlin Awards nominee, Darryl Gervais.[16]

On July 7, 2016, Jazzfeezy released his first drum kit The Jazzfeezy Drum Kit vol 1.[17] On April 21, 2017, two new kits became available: The Jazzfeezy Sound Kit vol. 1 and Jazzfeezy Presents: Trap Samples.

"The Jazzfeezy Drum Kit Vol. 1 is honestly one of the most complete drum kits that I've come across. This behemoth comes filled with 101 sounds, you read that right, 101 sounds! In it you'll find 19 snares, 9 Claps, 8 808s, 7 HiHats (Open), 4 Vox / Chants, 2 Beatbox, 2 Tambourines, 1 Crash, 1 Shaker, 17 Custom Loops, 9 Kicks, 8 HiHats (Closed), 7 Percussion sounds, 2 Live Snares, 2 Snaps, 2 Tom, 1 FX sound. I'd recommend this to those producers who are just starting to put their sound together, this kit will certainly provide you with all the tools you could possibly need." - Julian Harris (Hypefresh Magazine)[18]

On March 18, 2017, Drake released his More Life playlist[19] which included production by Jazzfeezy and Steve Samson on Track 17: "Can't Have Everything". The song debuted at No. 82 on the Billboard Hot 100.[20]



Desean Stokes

  • "Torture"

Peter Jackson- In My Life

  • 06."Backstage" (featuring Nikki Awesome) (co-produced Ace Keys)
  • "Crew Love" - Devon Tracy (co-produced with Steve Samson)
  • "Go Crazy Remix" - Ariez Onasis featuring Fatman Scoop and Clinton Sparks (co-produced with Anthem Kingz)
  • "In The Zone" - Devon Tracy (co-produced with Jordan Lewis)
  • "No Pain" - Nixon Nyce featuring Lola
  • "The Ride" - Devon Tracy (co-produced with Steve Samson)

Big Lean - Something Gotta Give

  • 01. "Something Gotta Give" – featuring Hush (co-produced with Boi-1da and Matthew Burnett)

Devon Tracy- Dream Chase

  • 01."Intro" (co-produced with Jordan Lewis, Matthew Burnett and Steve Samson)
  • 05."Whatever You Want" (co-produced with Steve Samson)

Phax - Left for Dead Mixtape

  • 01. Intro
  • 02. War ft. Drew James
  • 03. Lonely People ft. Emerson Brooks and First Kings
  • 04. Can't Take It Away ft. Allin Clark and Anastasia
  • 05. Where You At? ft. O-Mally
  • 06. Fighter ft. First Kings
  • 07. I Need It All ft. Drew James
  • 08. I'm a Beast ft. First Kings
  • 09. Cypher ft. Drew James, Daxflow and LS
  • 10. Boundless

Starlito and Don Trip - Step Brothers

  • 07. "In Her Mouth" (produced with Boi-1da)
  • "Cameras" - Devon Tracy (co-produced with Steve Samson)
  • "Good Girls Bad Guys" - Famous (co-produced with Cylla)
  • "Spazz Out" - Devon Tracy
  • "Stay Schemin" - Devon Tracy (co-produced with Steve Samson)
  • "Turn'Em Away" - Bizzle (co-produced with Boi-1da and Matthew Burnett)

Devon Tracy- XVIII

  • 01."XVIII" (co-produced with Steve Samson)
  • 02."Chance of a Lifetime" (co-produced with Steve Samson)
  • 12."Downtown" (co-produced with Steve Samson)

MGK - Lace Up

Peter Jackson- Fresh Start

  • 01."Fighter" (featuring Michael Mazze) (co-produced with Steve Samson)
  • 05."Can't Get Enough" (featuring Jadakiss, Sheek Louch, Styles P and Jay Vado) (co-produced with Cylla)
  • 06."Goodbye" (featuring JRDN) (co-produced with Steve Samson)
  • 13."Last Call" (featuring Aleesia) (co-produced with Steve Samson)

Privilege- JoeWorld

  • 06. "Keep Telling Me" (co-produced with Boi-1da)
  • "Like Whoa" - Devon Tracy (co-produced with Steve Samson)
  • "Say My Name" - Devon Tracy (co-produced with Cubeatz)
  • "We Still in This Bitch Remix" - B.o.B ft. T.I. and Juicy J (co-produced with Steve Samson)
  • "I Aint Goin" T.I. (featuring Pastor Troy (co-produced with Steve Samson)
  • "Ratchet" Travis Porter (co-produced with Steve Samson)
  • "Throwin Smoke" - Sese (co-produced with Scena)

Devon Tracy- RoomFullOfMirrors

  • 04. "Sauga City Kids " (co-produced with Steve Samson)
  • 06. "Everything I Do" Ft. Audrey (co-produced with Scena)
  • 08. "Know My Name" Ft. Drew Love (co-produced with Steve Samson)

DJ MLK- Clubs Studios Airports (CSA)

  • 03. "Give It Up " Ft. Remedy (co-produced with Scena and Steve Samson)
  • 04. "Blowing Kisses" Ft. The Crushboys (co-produced with Scena)

DJ MLK- GoodNight Don't Exist in ATL 4

  • 01. "Goodnight Don't Exist in ATL Intro" Ft. Zach Farlow (co-produced with Scena and Steve Samson)

DJ MLK- GoodNight Don't Exist in ATL 5

  • 01. "Goodnight Don't Exist in ATL Intro" Ft. K Major (co-produced with Scena)

Doley Bernays- Bond Place Hotel

  • "Prey"(co-produced with Matthew Burnett, Jordan Evans and Steve Samson)

Geek- Infatuation

  • 01. "Cameras " (co-produced with Steve Samson)
  • 02. "Looking For" (co-produced with Steve Samson)
  • 04. "Numb 1" co-produced with Steve Samson and Scena)

Privilege- JoeWorld 2

  • "Put You On" Ft. The Crushboys (co-produced with Steve Samson)

Que- Can You Digg It

  • 06. "Keep It Real" (co-produced with Steve Samson)
  • 08. "Diamonds" Ft. August Alsina (co-produced with Steve Samson)

T.I. - Paperwork: The Motion Picture

  • 18. "You Can Tell How I Walk" (featuring Rick Ross) (co-produced with Steve Samson)
  • "HNHH Freestyle" - Skippa Da Flippa and Jose Guapo (co-produced with Scena)
  • "Survival of the Fittest" - Kidd Kidd (co-produced with Scena)


  • "I'm Lit" (featuring Shaun Sutton) (co-produced with Scena)

DJ MLK- Clubs Studios Airports Volume 2 (CSA 2)

  • 01. "We in Da City Remix " - Young Dro (co-produced with Scena)
  • 04. "Cheerleader Remix" - Omi (co-produced with Scena)
  • 13. "Private Show Remix" - T.I. featuring Chris Brown (co-produced with Scena)

DJ MLK - GoodNight Don't Exist in ATL 6

  • 01. "Goodnight Don't Exist in ATL Intro" (co-produced with Scena)

Hardo - Trapnati

  • 05. "I Know You Ain't Gon Act" - featuring T.I. (co-produced with Steve Samson)

T.I. - Da' Nic

  • 01. "Broadcast Live" (co-produced with Scena)


  • "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairies" - Chloe Flower (produced by Jazzfeezy and Halfademic)
  • "Wine Up" - Kes (produced by Jazzfeezy, Steve Samsson and Sweeney)

Bankroll MafiaBankroll Mafia

  • 01. Hyenas ft. Young Thug, TI, MPA Duke, Shad da God, Lil Yachty (produced by Jazzfeezy and Steve Samson)
  • 10. No Colour ft. TI, Shad, PeeWee Longway (produced by Jazzfeezy and Steve Samson)
  • 15. Hundreds On 'Em ft. PeeWee Roscoe, Shad, Yung Dro (produced by Jazzfeezy, Scena and Mr.GB)
  • 16. Mafia, Mafia ft. PeeWee Roscoe, Shad, TIP (produced by Jazzfeezy, Steve Samson and Mr.GB)

DJ MLK- Clubs Studios Airports Volume 3 (CSA 3)

  • 12. "Dope Remix" - T.I. featuring Marsha Ambrosius (produced by Jazzfeezy and Steve Samson)
  • 14. "Needed Me Remix" - Rihanna (produced by Jazzfeezy and Steve Samson)

Geneva – Exhale EP

  • 01. Yours To Keep (produced by Jazzfeezy and Steve Samson)
  • 02. When To Leave (featuring Kytami) (produced by Jazzfeezy and Scena)
  • 04. Like Water (produced by Jazzfeezy and Scena)

ZuseBullet 2: Banana Clip

  • 01. Set It Off (produced by Jazzfeezy and Steve Samson)
  • "Do My Thing" - T.I. (co-produced with Steve Samson)
  • "Rebels" - Ohana Bam (co-produced with Scena)
  • "U Knew" - Thorobread (Produced by Jazzfeezy, Steve Samson & Kyle Lee)

Lil Durk - Love Songs for the Streets

  • 08. "No Love" - Lil Durk featuring Yung Tory and Young Thug (produced by Jazzfeezy and Scena)

Drake - More Life

  • 17. Can't Have Everything (produced by Jazzfeezy and Steve Samson)

Karim - Hearless EP 

  • 1. Come Over (Produced by Jazzfeezy & Halfademic)
  • 4. My Bae (Produced by Jazzfeezy& Steve Samson) 
  • 6. Groupies (Produced by Jazzfeezy & Scena)


Jazzfeezy Presents: Unveiling the Rapture

  • 1. "Dedication" (featuring Burna, Red Shortz, Daxflow, Phax, C.Jay, and Emerson Brooks)
  • 2. "Heavy Weight" (featuring Red Shortz)
  • 3. "Unstoppable" (featuring Burna, Bass Line and Dean Gray) (co-produced with T-Minus)
  • 4. "Words Won't Do" (featuring August) (co-produced by Boi-1da and T-Minus)
  • 5. "Can't Get My Money" (featuring Burna)
  • 6. "Leaving You Behind" (featuring Phax and Steve Major)
  • 7. "Sadness Prevails" (featuring Burna and Darnel Morgan)
  • 8. "At Last" (featuring Regular Robb)
  • 9. "My Fresh" (featuring Black Swiss and DeShay Grey)
  • 10. "Story to Tell" (featuring Burna, Red Shortz, and Regular Robb) (co-produced with Boi-1da)
  • 11. "I'm Not Alone" (featuring Burna and Andreena Mill)
  • 12. "Journey" (featuring Burna)
  • 13. "Pressure" (featuring Burna, Drew James, Mista Ranking, and Red Shortz,)
  • 14. "Flying High" (featuring Phax and Red Shortz) (co-produced with T-Minus)
  • 15. "Outro" (featuring Regular Robb)


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