Coco Jones is a singer and songwriter who immediately strikes with a great personality and a really original approach to songwriting.
Her recent single, “Depressed,” is going to be featured on her new EP, “HDWY,” which features 8 original songs, including this one. “Depressed” has a really great melody, a charming, poppy beat and more importantly, a smooth vocal flow that does not only highlight Coco’s incredible singing ability, but also her way to write songs that are catchy, direct and easy to relate to.
“Depressed” showcases Coco’s musical coordinates, as the sound is a refreshing blend of R&B and pop.
American actress and singer-songwriter Coco Jones released her third EP “H.D.W.Y” on September 16th for the first time in two years.
It is her first EP as independent artist after leaving Hollywood Records.
The 8-track EP, including preceding singles “Depressed”, “Rain” and “Just My Luck” was co-written and co-produced by Coco Jones and Kevin Randolph.
The EP features soft R&B sound and is very diverse, not just focused on one style or idea, but very creative.
After the releases of the EP, she dropped new music video for “Rain” on September 20th.
Her music also received critical acclaim and accolades, such as receiving the first place in the International Songwriting Competition (ISC).
Coco Jones is better known for the Disney Channel film "Let It Shine" and Radio Disney's "Next Big Thing".
Singer, songrwriter, and actress, Coco Jones has released a brand new music video for “Rain”. The track, consisting of emotional lyrics and gripping melodies, comes off Coco’s newly released EP, H.D.W.Y.
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Recently, Coco wrapped up a brand new EP titled “HDWY.” The new release features 8 exciting original songs that are very diverse, not just focused on one style or idea, but very creative. The EP is the culmination of an excellent creative year for Coco, whose acting work has also been featured on the Facebook serial production “Five Points.” Her music also received critical acclaim and accolades, such as receiving the first place in the International Songwriting Competition (ISC), concerning the R&B and hip-hop categories.
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At the age of 21, Tennessee native Coco Jones has accomplished what most people would hope to achieve over their lifetime. Coco was first noticed at the age of nine, after she sang the National Anthem for the St. Louis Rams in front of 42,000 people. From that moment on; having gotten her first taste of the entertainment industry, she was off and running. She began writing and recording in the studio, as well as doing live performances. Coco has gone on to perform on Good Morning America as well as making high profile appearances at The U.S. Open, The Tournament of Roses Parade, and BET’s 106’s and Park. Her impressive social media following includes 2.3M fans on Facebook, 480K followers on Instagram, 470K followers on Twitter, and 14M+ collective views on YouTube. Coco has worked in all areas of entertainment. She appeared on various shows on the Disney Channel until landing the lead role of Roxanne Andrews on the #1 2012 Television Movie “Let It Shine.” In 2015 she took her talents to the Broadway stage, where Coco played “Jane” onstage in the BRONX TALE musical directed by Robert DeNiro, Jerry Zaks, Chazz Palminteri, with music by Alan Menken. After spending half of 2015 on the East Coast performing in theater, Coco decided to return to her first love, making movies and music in California. In 2016 Coco starred as Kimberly in the feature film:” Grandma’s House.” Followed by her 2017 appearance as a 60’s jazz singer in the Netflix feature film “Flock of Four.” You can currently see Coco in the Facebook Watch Original series “Five Points” Executive Produced by Kerry Washington. Coco’s amazing talent and work ethic… led to her being featured on Essence.com in “35 Under 35: Young, Black, and Amazing,” which places her among the likes of Jennifer Hudson, Alicia Keys, and Beyoncé. Coco has worked in the studio with many renounced producers including: David Banner, Pop & Oak, Ronald “Jukebox” Jackson, and Kevin Randolph. Coco’s marketability was capitalized, as she was featured as one of the lead “Fantanas” in the Coca‐Cola nationwide Fanta campaign.