Remember when Hip-Hop was more about fun than guns? Twenty-two year old Jason Fox does. With the runaway success of his dance hit, "Aunt Jackie" the Harlem native has joined a growing movement of young entertainers making the "hop" hip again. Now with the backing of hit-maker Jermaine Dupri and the Island Urban Music, Fox will take his creativity to a whole other level.
"I grew up on a lot of Will Smith and LL Cool J and I just felt like hip-hop has gotten so distorted," says the former party promoter. "I felt it was time to bring it back to the original roots."
Fox first grabbed the ears of his fans with a remake of the hit record "Chicken Noodle Soup," but it was "Aunt Jackie" that made him a star. Named after his friend Tone Wop's actual aunt, the simple yet catchy dance accompanied by its old school horns and snares was an underground favorite at first.
"We made the song and put it on Myspace and everybody was hitting me up saying it was crazy," says ... Read full biography