In the past 6 years, Dutchman Jack Wins has taken over international dance music scene. With his debut releases like ‘Freewheelin’ on Axtone amassing over 2 8 million and ‘ I Used To Love You ’ over 1 5 million streams to date (Mixmash/ Warner), Wins has cemented himself a s one of the brightest lights of the international electronic stage. A slew of releases has also come on Spinnin’ including ‘ Alive ’ (19M), ‘ One Thing ’ (1 6 M), sprinkled with stellar reworks for Coldplay , Dua Lipa and Kygo amongst others. Let’s not forget on e of the biggest remixes of 2019 for Ed Sheeran – Jack’s remix of ‘Beautiful People’ has amassed 2 6 million stream and counting.

2021 started off with ‘Set Me Free’ on Spinnin’ creating a major buzz – BBC Radio 1 Party Anthems picked it as their ‘KINGSIZE’ track of the week on re lease day and i t hit the #1 Overall Spot on . Cementing this success, follow up and ‘Light Up My Life’ with Joe Stone, sampling Madonna , amassed over 5M streams to date . Jack also debuted on Selected alongside hotly tipped duo Many F ew – their track ‘Out of My Head’ has already surpassed 10M streams so far on Spotify . 2022 is set to be another big year with multiple release s lined up on Spinnin’ records and Selected. Jack’s forthcoming single ‘Queen’ is a feel good house record sampling ‘Caribbean Queen’ by Billy Ocean, which charted at #1 in the US and Top 5 in the UK, CA & AUS in 1984. There’s no wonder that 1001 Tracklists have recognised his achievements last year too – The Flying Dutchman charged up the leader board to #13 into their top 101 producers . In addition, Jack has already clocked up over 215 M streams on Spotify alone!

Behind every man is his story. For Jack Wins, it was the discovery of dance music at the age of 9. Aged 11, he first experienced a 25K capacity rave in his hometown of Haarlem, the Netherlands. Fast forward 6 years and he made the decision to move to the U K in order to pursue this relentless passion. Armed with an innovative mind, Jack Wins made it his Saturday ritual to dig through the bargain basements of London’s record stores, purchasing ‘white label’ vinyl to later sell them back to the same store with profit once they became hits. This entrepreneurial streak lead to a career in the business side of music, before a realisation that it was the creative side that he craved all along. From street flyering, to physically sending out tapes to labels & promoters, to his very first residency at an East End pub in London – Jack has proven that sheer determination will always win.

His debut on Mixmash Records – ‘Give It Up’ – was enough proof for heavyweights’ Don Diablo, Tiesto & Oliver Heldens , who championed the release throughout their global radio shows. Then there was ‘I Used To Love You’, which made the top 10 on Beatport after major tastemaker support. It wasn’t long before BBC Radio 1 picked it up, which made the record trend on Shazam’s UK Dance Chart a s well as surpassing 1 5M Spotify stream to date. This fuelled Dutch Radio station SLAM to handpick Jack as one of their ‘Artists To Watch’ . Alongside his original productions, Jack Wins is becoming the go – to guy for remixes. From Bastille to Alan Walker , Griff to Axwell^Ingrosso , Jess Glynne to George Ezra – there isn’t a single genre that he can’t rework. It’s worth mentioning that he remixed Ed Sheeran ’ s ‘Shape Of You’ and Clean Bandit ’ s ‘Rockabye’ when both tracks were sat in the top two positions of the most Shazamed tracks in the world. On choosing the name, Jack Wins explains: “I wanted to have a name that represents both my music and positivity. The name ‘Jack’ to me represents ‘house music’, as historically the name is closely associated with this genre, and ‘ Wins ’ refers to my ethos: ‘winning’ at life – focus on the things in life that make you happy!“