Jax Jones on why albums are 'still important' for debut artists in the streaming era

Andre Paine

Jax Jones has told Music Week that he wants to follow up his huge success as a singles artist with an album release because audiences still “pay attention” to the format.

The DJ and producer scored the 10th biggest-selling single of 2017 with You Don’t Know Me (feat. Raye). The track – nominated for British Single at the BRIT Awards – has sales to date of 1,135,902, according to the Official Charts Company.

In contrast to those huge streaming figures, ...

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