Exclusive Mixtape: Jonasu – KALTBLUT Magazine

Multi-instrumentalist, producer and songwriter Jonasu joins our mixtape series in celebration of the release of their debut album Cutting Through Noise. Jonasu has seen himself climb to the forefront of the rising stars list in the pop and dance music world.

His songs and songwriting contributions have seen him accumulate hundreds of millions of streams and gain international recognition amongst his peers and fans alike. Having previously toured the world as a session musician, Jonasu has now turned his attention to creating songs with catchy melodies, driving house beats and unforgettable hooks in this his first solo outing.

In 2021 Jonasu broke onto the world stage with his debut single ‘Black Magic’ racking up over 250 million streams worldwide, he secured his first-ever show at the legendary Creamfields festival, played a 5-city tour across the UK, performed at a sold-out ‘Jingle Bell Ball’ for Capital FM at the O2 in London, and capped the year off with a Brit award nomination for ‘International song of the year’. Jonasu boasts an innate ability to make people move. It’s something he learned early on when he first started making music, “The reason I loved playing the drums was that people started dancing,” he explains, an undeniable and true musician whose training and influence was born during his decade-long stay in Amsterdam. He now resides in Berlin but spends his time recording in studios around the world creating his next anthem. Jonasu has barely scratched the surface of what’s to come for this talented young artist in 2022.

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