R&B ~ Soulful ~ Committed
I was born for this... Jonathan “Jazz” Biggs multi-talented actor, singer, songwriter, dancer and producer was born in West Palm Beach, Florida and now resides in Los Angeles, California. The older of two, Biggs is already on his way to music superstardom with his smooth voice, amazing dance moves. A veteran in the POP/R&B game. At the age of two, the young singer was entertaining his Family and friends with the songs from the children show “Barney”. His lyrical and musical talent that has posses far beyond his years has carry him to be the artist he is today. He has great potential to become great as the musical artists that inspired him, like Ne-Yo, Chris Brown, Luther Van dross, and Stevie Wonder. What can you say about this great kid, Everything, Jazz dedicates himself to what he truly enjoys and believes in.
Jazz broke onto the entertainment industry in 2003 with his smash single "Miss U Babe". The single rapidly became the #1 independent internet radios on the East Coast. Currently as an Independent artist, Jazz has worked with established artist such as, Joanna and Macy Gray. Aside from the aforementioned artists, Jazz has worked with Ron Fair, Grammy award winning producer and Jan Smith, vocal coach to the stars like (Justin bieber and usher).
"Giving up oneself to help someone else" is the slogan of his Non- profit organization, "Jazz's Friendz Foundation Inc. The CEO of this non-profit he stands by his mission, "Our mission is to promote the value of self-worth and instill a willingness to enjoy life in all children and adults. Our aim is to prove how investing in oneself with the inspiration of music will produce a responsible and productive citizen of our society “His presentation includes musical and educational journey into Inner city schools, Children Hospitals, Retirement homes, Foster placements for children, and other Non-profit for children. JFF continues to use music as an important learning tool in multicultural communities.
Biggs currently attending LACHSA on the campus of CalState LA very involved in his Academics. In his spare time he enjoys Writing songs, Technology, and video games. At the age of sixteen, Biggs is spiritual and philosophical and frequently meditates on a scripture that state "he can do all things through Christ who strengthen him" He credits God, for all of his success and through the years to come, also he thanks his parents for their love and support.
"I'm living my destiny"
His Television credits included a pilot episode called Cartoon Friday, ”Diary of a single mom” director by Robert Townsend, Chocolate News on Comedy central, Unfabulous on Nickelodeon, Girlfriends on Paramount/UPN, The Mentalist on CBS, NBC OutLaw and various commercials.