We sat down with artist Jack Wins for a chat on latest projects, the future of music, and much more.
Jack Wins is a house DJ best known for song “Freewheelin’” featuring singer Caitlyn Scarlett. The song boasts tens of millions of streams across listening platforms, unsurprising considering that Jack Wins has accrued over a million monthly listeners on Spotify.
Jack Wins first entered the world of electronic music in 2016, with debut release “Give It Up.” The release received huge support from BBC Radio 1 and world-renowned artists such as Tiesto, Oliver Heldens, and Don Diablo.
Later that same year, Jack experienced early success once more when his follow-up single, “I Used to Love You,” made its way onto the Beatport Top 10. Since then, the artist has established himself as a major player in the international house scene. In fact, in the words of DJ Mag: “If you’re a fan of house music, you can’t get passed the feel-good styling of Jack Wins!”
Most recently, Jack Wins released latest single “Light Up My Life” with Spinnin’ Records. The single dropped just last month and has already entered the Club MTV chart at #10.
To learn more about Jack Wins, including which historical figure he would like to be, check out our interview with the artist below.
Q: Before we dig in, what's next for you? (current or future projects)
‘Light up my life’
Q: What is the one thing every track must have for it to be solid?
A strong hook/theme
Q: Let's create a new festival; What would you name it, Where would it be located, and JW: Who would be the top 3 headliners?
FULL HOUSE! In the desert: Fisher, Fatboy Slim, Youngr (Live)
Q: What is music going to sound like 20 years from now?
Instruments based music
Q: Why do we listen to music?
It’s good for our soul and well-being.
Q: If you could bring one artist back to life, who would it be? (Why that artist?)
Bob Marley – he went way too early – I think he still had a lot of great music in him
Q: What's your favorite smell?
Walking past a fresh bakery
Q: What can you talk about for hours?
The business side of the music industry.
Q: Which historical figure would you like to be?
Q: (Pick One) Game of Thrones, South Park, Walking Dead, or Stranger Things?
As a kid I used to love Southpark, but haven’t seen it for over 20 years and I don’t really watch a lot of series/movies tbh.