Juls is one of the most prolific producers in the afropop industry. In 2013 juls collaborated with Mr Eazi on a number of hits (most notably a track titled Bankulize) that helped propel Eazi to legitimate stardom. Juls’ production combines highlife, dancehall, and hip-hop and can be credited with launching a new, minimalist afropop sound.
His parents are Ghanaian immigrants who settled in the UK in the ’70s, He was born in Hackney, East London, and was raised there for a bit and then he moved up north to a place called Stevenage in Hertfordshire.
“My dad got a job, moved back to Ghana, so I did my junior high and secondary school there. During that time is when more musical experiences started happening. My dad was a big musichead, and all his brothers as well. Jazz, highlife, reggae were the kind of things we used to hear when I was young”
The British Born Ghanaian has also produced for the likes of Wizkid, Burna Boy, Maleek Berry, Yemi Alade, Moelogo, Sarkodie, Stonebwoy, Kojo Funds, Eugy and many more. Juls is also a DJ playing at some of the biggest festivals worldwide. The British Born Ghanaian released his debut LP Leap of Faith which showcased new talent from rising stars Odunsi the Engine, Nonso Amadi, Tomi Agape and Santi.
He has been nominated for several awards including MOBO 2017 African Act of the year and Producer of the Year at the GRM Daily Rated Awards. He picked up Producer of the Year at the Ghana Music Awards UK and Afrimma Awards for 2017.
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