Jaden Thompson has breezily accomplished things that others strive for through their entire careers, and he's done it all before his 21st birthday. The U.K. native has rapidly ascended into the upper echelon of house names, rubbing shoulders with The Martinez Brothers and making fans out of legends like Seth Troxler and BBC Radio 1's Danny Howard, who kicked off the new year by naming Thompson a Future Fire talent to watch in 2020.
A resident of London's iconic nightclub fabric, Thompson has made a name for himself as the "track ID?!" inducing name behind addictive house edits of classics including Kanye West's "Flashing Lights" and off- the-wall choices like RuPaul's Drag Race theme song, "Bring It to the Runway." He's also a not-so-secret weapon of the revered label, Cuttin' Headz and, his recent release on Amsterdam’s PIV Records, "Thirsty Eyes" is the latest evidence of a sharp production style favouring low- slung, rolling bass lines and mischievous and sultry vocal hooks. You best get familiar now, this might be your last chance to say "I knew Jaden Thompson first" before the rest of the world catches on.