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The man behind "I Got U" with Duke Dumont has returned with a huge follow up and potential hit. South London's Jax Jones has teamed up with an impressive couple of artists for hist latest release, "House Work." Out this past weekend on iconic dance label Polydor, "House Work" is simply bursting with flavor. It's uniquely UK, absurdly catchy, uplifting, groovy and memorable. It contains a level of authenticity that we are used to seeing out of South London, but with some additional grittiness from what can only be a special understanding of the underground house music scene.
To me the term 'House work' can apply to anything. The lyric has a deeper meaning about my journey in music and how you have to keep at it. The same way that whatever your ambition is 'Throw shade if you don't get paid for that house work!' Hope you think it's vibes. Bless!
Featuring Mike Dunn and R&B sensation MNEK, along with with bass, hip hop, Chicago and London all in one, "House Work" is a track that's appropriate for just about anything from curing Monday blues to peak time Saturday night.