Wow Jones is known for his intuitive approach to music production and his discreet style of moving about the industry. Proving to be a gem among today's evolving sound and culture, the music producer documented himself as the man behind the keys of Bryson Tiller's Trapsoul Tour. Meanwhile, a simultaneous buzz grew around his remixes of Rihanna's "Numb" and "Cake," to which she performed exclusively on her ANTI World Tour. At the top of 2017, Jones was appointed Music Director for Tiller’s concert series with The Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG). He is also a credited producer on the artist's Billboard-charting sophomore album True To Self (RCA). Jones' is also a consultant and producer for super-music director Adam Blackstone. His contributions include Justin Timberlake's 2018 Superbowl LII half-time show and his 2017 opening for the 89th Academy Awards, as well as Ludacris' pre-game performance at the 2018 All-Star game. In addition to Rihanna and Tiller, the Baltimore-native has produced for Ty Dolla $ign, Dej Loaf, Joe Moses, JimiJames, Terrace Martin and Trevor Lawrence Jr. to name a few.
Additionally, Wow has been leading the creative charge for Post Malone since early 2018, serving as his Musical Director and is responsible for having shaped Post's 2018 Coachella performance, his unforgettable AMA performance with Ty Dolla $ign, as well as the entire Beer Bong & Bentleys headlining tour. Concurrently, Wow was brought on to lead the creative charge for the over-night success, Bazzi, serving as his Musical Director. Wow's debut with Bazzi was witnessed during his set on Coachella’s main stage in front of a massive 60,000 festival goers.
Jones is currently advancing as CEO and Creative Director of Boss Academy, a music-production based lifestyle brand created with partner and artist-songwriter JimiJames. On the immediate horizon, Wow is setting his focus to finish up Kelly Rolland and Swae Lee’s highly anticipated and unreleased LP’s.
Wow Jones has been recognized by some of music's most prolific producers, Timbaland and Pharrell Williams.