Official Site: http://www.JamezAnthony.com | @jamezanthony
Jamez Anthony is the definition of Organized Chaos. He makes it difficult for anyone to categorize his style. Jamez Anthony combines traditional Hip-Hop, R&B lyricism, with Alternative-Pop choruses
to create a sound all his own. Jamez refuses to confine himself to one sound and prides himself on being as versatile artist. Jamez Anthony was born in Champagne, IL. He later moved with his family to Tampa, FL at the age of 2. Growing up wasn’t easy, nor was his families transition from the mid-west to the “Dirty South”. It was this move in Jamez’s opinion that put him on a collision course with destiny. Jamez Anthony was introduced to his first love at an early age. That first love was music.

Whether it was DJing, producing or emceeing, it didn’t matter as long as music was involved. As Jamez’s talents grew there also grew the need to showcase his talents on a higher level.
By the tender age of 16, Jamez was formally introduced to the art DJing. As time progressed his mixing gained him a lot of attention and eventually DJ Semaj the PuppetMastar was born.
He was given the name “Puppet Mastar” because of his uncanny ability to control the crowd. Jamez Anthony’s musical arsenal was growing and it was only a matter of time before DJing
evolved into producing. Production was like second nature to Jamez and it seemed he was finally found his place amongst his musical peers. Jamez Anthony wears many hats from writing to producing,
but he has never detoured from his main goal. That goal is to change the face & sound of today’s music.

Jamez Anthony has always been surrounded by musical veterans such as super producer Todd Spadafore (Who’s production credits include: Juelz Santana, Rick Ross and Pitbull.), Artist/Producer Gabriel Antonio to name a few. Their influence and years of hard work eventually lead to Jamez Anthony inking a deal with Island Def Jam for Worldwide Digital Distribution in early 2011. The future looks bright for Jamez Anthony and He will without question change the structure of music as we know it.