As a young, Marijan was attracted by synthesizers, guitars and drums. His parents were mostly in electronic music so he followed their steps and continued long term, so called “tradition”. He was two years in music school, learned to play harmonic and piano and as an adult sign and “Audio Video Technology” at the Belgrade University of Electronics.Jelly For T he Babies project was created in 2007th. Whole project is based mostly on melodic sounds with plenty of vocals mixed up in three different genres, Deep, Progressive and Tech House.All those genres are unique with typical Jelly style and got that kind of flavor...”Candy flavor of club sound”.He has more than 350 releases and signed contracts with more than 30 different labels based all around the globe.First releases were based on collaborations with great international artists and signed for very best labels. On that way promotion was highly on top, and after a while Jelly gets in contact with his “second house” Balkan Connection, where he released his first highlight such as Johannesburg. Johannesburg release was best selling release on Balkan Connection label for a few months and also best selling track on Proton. Original Mix even entered Beatport Top100 Progressive House releases and the highest rank was position no.69.Latter than, EP that incl. two track release, titled as “One Step Closer”, signed for very best UAE label, Stained Music, gained direct huge support from Mark Knight, who even dropped “One Step Closer” in his Toolroom Knights Radio Show.Many of his tracks were supported and plaid all around the globe.List of supporter increases in addition to names such as Mark Knight, Mendo, Hernan Cattaneo, Darin Epsilon, Matan Caspi, Groove Armada, Roger Sanchez, Derek Howell, Aki Bergen, Noir, Stefano Noferini, Evren Ulusoy, Eelke Kleijn, Way Out Wes t, Cid Inc., Alexander Kowals ki, etc.In order to succeed, in a sea of producers, in a difficult times, where marketing is not only self-promotion, he leads one of the best, deep house, deep progressive and progressive house shows, called “Deep Impact”, on one of the leading EDM radio stations on the world, Proton Radio.