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JRabbit first came into the scene in 2009, with his remix for B.Rich on Party Like Us Records. Shortly after he began working with Reidspeed and her label, Play Me Records, first with the ep I’m so Happy. Then again in 2010 with the Mustardayonnaise EP done with contributing artist Tremourz. He worked with Tremourz again in 2010, with his break through single, Sexy Party. The song gained lots of support from acts like Bassnectar, Excision, Skrillex and many more.
In 2011, JRabbit finished a bootleg of Benny Benassi’s classic song, Satisfaction. The song gained lots support from acts such as Diplo,Laidback Luke,Benny Benassi and many more. The song’s popularity lead to it’s eventual, official release on Ministry of Sound’s The Sound of Dubstep Vol. 3.
In later 2011, JRabbit joined Skrillex on his Mothership Tour. Playing alongside 12th Planet, Nadastrom, Dillon Francis, Knife Party and more. The tour covered the United States and Canada and was described by many “unforgettable” and “ground breaking”.
In 2012, JRabbit started to blend genres, starting with his Ninja Step EP on Play Me Records. He had other successes with EPs and remixes in 2012 and a single on OWSLA but his next two breakthrough tunes, were his moombahcore bootlegs of Fresh Prince of Bel Air and Del the Funky Homosapien’s Mistadobalina. Which gained lots of dj support and attention.
Also in 2012 he toured with Flux Pavilion and Brown and Gammon, on Flux’s Standing on a Hill Tour and with Sluggo and Helicopter Showdown on the No Hostages Tour.
Later that year, JRabbit remixed Korn’s Narcissistic Cannibal, which was a collaboration with Skrillex, Kill The Noise. The remix was later featured on UKF.
In early 2013, he tour with Big Chocolate on their American Hustle Tour.
he began to blend genres even more with releases on Buygore and Dim Mak. Also with remixes for Ali Love, Flinch, Helicopter Showdown and more. In the summer he released a bootleg of Tequila which gained huge support and popularity both online and at festivals.
2014 has promised to be an exciting year, starting out with a new EP on Slow Roast Records and more…