"Jeremus," is a three - time #1 Billboard Dance chartingElectronic Music producer and DJ, from Orlando, Florida.He began his endeavor in music production around the year2000 after hearing the Crystal Method for the first time onthe radio and acquiring a piece of synthesis software called"Rebirth." Along with the heavy influence of Pop and Soulmusic, combined with a love for playing the piano, thisbecame a way for him to present what was in his head, withan edge. T he love affair began."I have always had a keen intuition for melodies that don'tnecessarily exist yet in a song, I discovered I wanted to be aproducer when I found convert others' "visions" into musicalform. Putting together the pieces on a project is not only funfor me, but challenging and very rewarding."T hirteen years later, a gigantic opportunity presented itself(on Twitter) when Jeremus was called out by ElectronicMusic Legend "BT " to open for him at a show. Later, hewould also form what is now a long time collaboration withGrammy Nominated producer and friend “Bill Hamel, " whichgave Jeremus his first shot at the Billboard charts. "Everyopportunity I have had, I owe to the likes of these producersthat have paid their dues and laid the foundation for us inthe Electronic Music Genre, I hope I can sustain longevity asa producer, and writer and mentor others as I was."T here are some exciting projects ahead such as Jeremus'first ever release on Major Dance Label - Black HoleRecordings titled "I Need You," on the same remix ticket asartists such as the legendary Donald Glaude; he was alsogiven the opportunity to prepare original remixes for CarmenElectra and teamed up with Bill Hamel once again to remixthe timeless vocal tone of Duran, Duran's lead singer JohnTaylor with their remix of the track titled "C'est Tout EstNoir." In early 2013 Jeremus was selected to be the premiereartist for Warped Bridge Records with his debut release ofthe track titled "Boomerang," an indy label in the UK withworld-wide distribution through Label Worx T he label has aunique edge, as each of it's releases are available fordownload not just in Mp3 format but in separate parts forlive remixing/mashup of each song. Needless to say, It isnow full steam ahead for Jeremus. "I put as much emphasis as I can on continuing educationwithin the fundamentals of music, as well as, being openmindedto other genres, but will never dismiss the quality ofgood song form. Just because a person "makes tracks"doesn't make them a producer. Producers are masters ofcollaboration, design and workflow. T he term producer isoverused and underrated these days, but I am confidenttruth will prevail in focus, gratitude for those that made acommunity for electronic music and simple, plain, hard work.Producing records is very challenging, lonely and timeconsuming; It's amazing to have all this technology at myfingertips, but usually my greatest moments are when I amlimited by time, or by tools.On Jeremus' iPod you'll find Trent Reznor (Nine Inch Nails),Lionel Richie, Michael Jackson, Robin T hicke, DepecheMode, BT, and John Williams, I look to their creations forsongwriting inspiration.