JC began making hip-hop music back in late 1999 early 2000. He started out by getting Fruity Loops installed on a borrowed laptop that he eventually broke. He progressed to the next level when he got himself an MPC2000 and began to hone his production skills. After meeting with Hoodz Underground's Joni Atcha, some of those beats evolved into urban classics; tunes like "The Hard Copy" and "Where Ya From".
In 2003, JC decided he needed to begin a solo production project featuring a whole host of hip-hop artists from all over the UK and set about achieving this goal. He felt at the time that the UK hip-hop scene was not being shown enough support by mainstream radio stations and decided to begin hatching a plot to resolve this. His imagination got him thinking that if he could hijack those airwaves for just a short time, the music transmitted across those mainstream frequencies (measured in KHz) would bring awareness to thousands of mainstream radio listeners that the UK has much more to offer than just indie guitar rock or pop tart lollypop music. The idea for "The KHz Project" was born.
The first step towards this was inviting Kyza up to Sheffield to record the first track. Next he asked Klashnekoff to record an exclusive for his project in 2004, while he was in town to record his verse for the critically acclaimed Hoodz Underground track "How Do You Feel", also produced by JC. Over the following two years JC slowly but surely completed more tracks to add to the pile of possibles for his now long overdue solo production project. Next came the completion of the Hoodz Underground debut LP "Bringin It Back" which also achieved critical acclaim and found itself entering Hip-Hop Connection's Top 50 Albums of 2007.
Over the next year or so, JC put the final touches to his first solo outing " The KHz Project" which was the pinnacle of over 5 years of hard work on a strictly DIY basis. He enlisted the assistance of top producer/engineer Chemo to mix down and master the final playlist, and Sheffield's finest DJ and chopmaster DJ Risco to blend the tracks together as one, and in January 2009, he released "The KHz Project" as a FREE download, allowing anyone and everyone to get a glimpse of the talent that the UK hip-hop community has to offer.
In 2009 and beyond, JC hopes to establish himself as one of the premier hip-hop producers in the game. If you are an emcee or a group, a label or anyone wanting fresh hip-hop beats or remixes then get in touch with this up and coming beatsmith TODAY.