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New Zealand has shown itself to be strong in the force when it comes to bass music. QUIX, Mt. Eden, The Upbeats, and Montell2099 have all firmly planted the NZ flag on the international scene. When it comes to house music, Jaycen A’mour has emerged as its Han Solo, quietly and unassumingly putting New Zealand on the EDM map with his electro and bass house productions. Support for his music ranges from bass heavyweights: Knife Party, Jauz, Ghastly, Zeds Dead, Ephwurd and BROHUG to EDM headliners that include: Hardwell, David Guetta, Fedde Le Grand, Marshmello, Afrojack and Tiësto. Jaycen's music, including collaborations with: Holly, Valy Mo, Rave Radio and DJ BL3ND; has been released through Revealed, Armada, Capitol and Interscope with 'Been So Down', 'Bring It To Me' and 'Reaver' all crossing the million stream mark on Spotify alone. New Zealand's leading house artist has performed at locally held festivals that include: Bay Dreams, Rhythm & Vines, Deep Hard N Funky, Hidden, Our:House, Highlife, Bush Doof and Summadayze. While internationally, he has been invited to deliver his tasty vibes to clubs and festivals in Asia, Australia, and North America. Thus, sharing the stage with some of the biggest names in the business that include — Dillon Francis, DJ Snake, The Chainsmokers, Major Lazer, Skrillex, Don Diablo, Wolfgang Gartner, Valentino Khan, Habstrakt, Matroda, and The Prodigy.

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2016[]

TITLE ARTIST LABEL DATE
Jaycen A'mour - Get Money Get Money Jaycen A'mour Peak Hour Music August 29
Jaycen A'mour Let The Music Let The Music Jaycen A'mour Play Me Records March 3

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