It is such a pleasure to feature Jack Massic‘s latest offering “Jack Massic – Let’s Go Away feat. Julia Ross”. The producer, songwriter and Latin Grammy Award nominee is back with his successful and delightful mingle of Pop and Tropical House, but this time he also injected a hint of Dancehall flavor to give it even more groove. “Let’s Go Away” features the lush voice of L.A. based singer Julia Ross, who’s been touring with Miley Cyrus as her backup singer for the past 7 years. Just like “Always“, his new song is endlessly-playable, the duo delivers a fresh, catchy, playful and super feel-good vibe. There is something about Jack’s music, I don’t want to repeat myself by saying his sound is feel-good, but he does have some kind of magic touch that makes his productions just inevitably put a smile on your face. With a great radio and club potential, expect to hear this little gem a lot! Remember you heard it first here 😉 Make sure to follow Jack on his social medias to stay up to date with his releases and tour dates.
Stream Jack Massic – Let’s Go Away feat. Julia Ross below.
Following singles like HOLD ME TIGHT and UNCOVER will be included in his debut album, to be released in 2017. The album will offer a blend of Tropical and Deep House tracks, some with Pop melodies mixed in. For this project, Massic has co-written all the songs, partnering up with many talented songwriters from Miami and Los Angeles.
Prior to entering the electronic music world, Jack Massic has been involved in the music industry for more than twelve years as a musician, songwriter and producer, under the name Santiago Hernández. His most recent role was as the drummer and vocalist for the Colombian band Sin Ánimo de Lucro. Among the many accomplishments achieved by this group were a Latin Grammy Nomination, two certified Gold albums, three #1 hits on the radio charts and a tour with over five hundred shows in seven countries.
He graduated with honors with a “Master in Music and Musical Arrangements”, additionally receiving an honorable mention for his thesis named “The Evolution of Jazz and its Application to Colombian Music.”
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