JES’ First Release Off Her Record Label Is Nominated for a Grammy!

The Recording Academy has announced the nominees for the 58th Annual Grammy Awards and dance music star is thrilled to be in consideration for BEST REMIXED RECORDING, NON-CLASSICAL, for the Fatum remix to her song with Shant & Clint Maximus, “Hold On.”

The very first release off of JES’ new label Intonenation Records, the nomination comes as no surprise to those who have followed the singer-songwriter’s accomplished career from her beginnings as the featured vocalist on tracks with Tiesto, BT, and more to her current reign as label head, DJ and producer.

“I want to say a huge thank you to everyone that has supported “Hold On” this year,” says JES. “I really hoped that the debut release on my label Intonenation Records would be something special so receiving this nomination means so much to everyone involved. I think we all felt the song had a unique quality from the start and Chad and Bill from FATUM managed to elevate it to another level with their incredible remix. Thank you all for believing in our dream and having the courage to pursue it.”

The DJ and radio support for the Fatum remix was off the charts, seeing play from Armin Van Buuren, Above & Beyond, ATB, Myon and Shane, Cosmic Gate, Judge Jules, and many others. Fatum gives “A massive thank you to JES, Shant & Clint Maximus for asking us to remix such an awesome record. We’ve always been huge fans of JES’ but we knew this vocal was special, and indeed it was!”

Shant & Clint Maximus “knew the track was a special one when wanted to release it on Intonenation Records as its first release. Her vocals were unreal and words cannot describe how powerful, how touching the lyrics are.”

The 58th Grammy Awards will be broadcast on CBS on February 15, 2016 at 8/7c.

JES’ latest release “Happy” with Austin Leeds & Redhead Roman is out now on Intonenation Records!

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