Okay, maybe we are too excited about this but one of our all-time favorite comedians and media personalities, Chelsea Handler, just favorited the tweet of the song “These Broken Wings” that Jonathan Hay co-produced with Mike Smith and King Tech. Wow!!!!! Getting your music favorited from one your favorite comedians is a true honor!!! What’s so cool about it is she doesn’t favorite a lot of things at all.
“These Broken Wings” features vocals from Shalé and Inspectah Deck of Wu-Tang Clan – – with cuts and scratches from DJ Revolution. The song is part of When Music Worlds Collide – our album that is part of Jay Z’s TIDAL Rising program.
Click here to listen the song / see video.
Jonathan Hay was called a “legendary music producer” by The International Business Times. One of Jonathan Hay’s songs that he co-produced with Mike Smith and King Tech pretty much broke the urban internet. Hay came up with a throwback marketing concept of Side A / Side B singles on an old school DAT Tape. Needless to the say, it blew up.
Click on each site link to see the song. The song is featured on Miss Info, 2DopeBoyz, Rap Radar, AllHipHop, The Source, Sway Calloway,ill Roots, HypeTrak, RealTalkNY, NahRight, Vibe, HotNewHipHop, HipHopDX and too many more to list all across the world online.
Check out Jonathan Hay’s official production page at http://jonathanhaycelebrity.com/jonathan-hay-producer/
Major News!!! Roc Nation put Jonathan Hay’s co-produced album on the homepage of Jay Z’s TIDAL and on TIDAL Rising. Click here to read about the story in Billboard.
Jonathan Hay Co-Produced a song that features the legendary Inspectah Deck from Wu-Tang Clan. The Wu-Tang Clan changed the landscape of hip-hop with their pioneering signature sound and marketing. Rolling Stone called them “the best rap group ever”.
Listen to the song “These Broken Wings” that features vocals from Inspectah Deck and Shalé, with cuts and scratches from DJ Revolution on TIDAL or Spotify. Jonathan Hay, Mike Smith and King Tech produced the song that is featured on TIDAL Rising, and is currently in rotation on SiriusXM Shade 45. Here is a link to the song – http://listen.tidalhifi.com/artist/6787494
Watch the video for “These Broken Wings” on The Source – http://thesource.com/2015/05/06/inspectah-dek-shale-dj-revolution-drop-these-broken-wings/
Read the interview Jonathan Hay did with International Business Times – one of the largest media outlets in the world. The interview / story is on “Celebrating 10 Years Of Rihanna: The Launch Of Her Career And Secrets To Her Success”.
“I’d love to produce and write music with her. That’s my goal. I wasn’t really confident enough to pitch some of my own songs to her team. Now, I’m going to do it,” he said. “Ten years from now, I want to be writing about the song that I produced for Rihanna 10 years earlier.” – Jonathan Hay (as told to International Business Times)
Click here to read Jonathan Hay’s interview in the International Business Times. This is a must read.
The story of Jonathan Hay’s adoption is unfolding. Read about it in the Florida newspapers – The Lakeland Ledger and The Daily Commercial. Hay commented on Facebook that it’s the first time he’s ever been called a “Leesburg native” (referring to the Leesburg, Florida paper)- as he wasn’t exactly sure where he was actually born up until recently.
UPDATE: Read the story on 23andMe about my adoption: http://blog.23andme.com/ancestry/how-i-met-my-father/