For a musician with a hangover, Jamie N Commons sure talks a lot about destiny. He’s up early to chat to Music Week, fuzzy-headed in his Los Angeles bedroom after a late night at a major label party.
That’s how the 28-year-old rolls these days, and he puts that largely down to the D-word. “I decided to shift over to the publishing thing because you can really affect your own destiny there, it was a good change,” he says. It’s ...
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