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Jake's lucky break came in 1993 when the then 16-year-old sent a batch of demos to various record companies and Red Jerry of Hooj Choons invited him down to his studio. Soon after, he signed a deal with FFRR and under the guise of JX, enjoyed a raft of Top 10 hits with classic nineties dance anthems such as 'Son Of A Gun', 'You Belong To Me', 'There's Nothing I Won't Do' and 'Close To Your Heart', selling over half a million copies between them.
He was also involved with Planet Perfecto's 'Bullet In The Gun', which reached the UK Top 10 in 1999, and wrote 'Diamondback' under his Mekka alias in 2001.
He returned in 2004 with the release of 'Restless', again as JX; a track that was originally released as a promo in 2002 (under his Oblik moniker) but didn't receive a full release due to licensing issues regarding the use of samples from the main theme of the movie 'Exodus'.