'I want more global hits': Jax Jones on reinventing the album for streaming era

Andre Paine

Jax Jones has told Music Week that the release of his debut album is an “important milestone” in his career, following Polydor’s innovative streaming-led campaign.

First released as a digital EP of his five charted singles in October 2018, Snacks has gradually expanded to nine songs and will be completed with a 15-track Supersize edition including physical release on September 6.

“We’re moving to streaming becoming the typical way people are consuming music,” said Jones (real name Timucin Lam). “But ...

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