With his infectious sounds and his track, "Had Enuff" being featured on the Sunday Times Indie Collection CD Mr Jones is taking the music world by storm!
With a blend of Hip-Hop, Reggae, Indie and a voice that sound hard and smooth he knows what he's doing! Check out this EXCLUSIVE Interview only on HipHopInformant!
HipHopInformant: How long have you been involved in the music industry?
Aynzli Jones: Got signed summer last year, but i've been doin my ting since a lil yute! Work for one of the biggest management agency in JA, they look after Bounty Killa, Barrington Levy, Elephant and a whole load of others, so I was around them all day as kid, big influence.
HipHopInformant: How did you get involved with music?
Aynzli Jones: I grew up in Jamaica, u don’t really have a choice but to get involved with music, its part of the culture, jus depends how involved u get.
HipHopInformant: Where are you from?
Aynzli Jones: Born in Hammersmith, from a baby grew up in
Aynzli Jones: I never do, leave dat for someone else.
HipHopInformant: Your track “Had Enuff” was featured in the Sunday Times, Indie collection CD how does that feel?
Aynzli Jones: Yeah was good exposure for me. wuz cool!!
HipHopInformant: Where did the idea for the track “Had Enuff” come from?
Aynzli Jones: The song started as a freestyle and grew in to a song, usually how it happens!! the chorus is a sample from the freestyle.
HipHopInformant: Does your music have a message? If so, what is that message?
Aynzli Jones: Theres many different messages in there but the basic message would probably be "be yaself cuz no one else can!!"
HipHopInformant: Are there any artists that influence you?
Aynzli Jones: So many different artist influence me. Andre 3000, Sizzla, Lil
HipHopInformant: How do you feel about the Hip-Hop industry in the
Aynzli Jones: I feels it coming along, theres a lot of great mc's but the majors labels dont seem to push that sh#t properly! Shame but change gone come.
HipHopInformant: Your track “Lonely Man” has a very Reggaeish feel to it, It’s a change are your songs going to be more reggae influenced.
Aynzli Jones: Its not a change for me at all, its jus a different side to this ting, not really interest in pigeon holding myself to dis dat or whatever, whatever sounds good sounds good to me ya zimmi!!
HipHopInformant: What does the future hold for Aynzli Jones?
Aynzli Jones: Who knows! hope sky the limit. got lots of show all over