by The Alchemist
17-year-old CCA Jonas from Bergen, Norway fell in love with the sound of music only two years ago, though it may be hard to believe that after listening to his music. Starting out with making music for fun with his crew, Wuntake, he gradually started gaining attention of his fellow peers and started to get more serious about his music.
After the young talent released his debut single Pretty Pretty on August 30, through the label Get FAT., and reached over 200,000 streams on Spotify, he quickly caught the attention of the music industry. The song received a lot of press nationally and internationally and was also listed on Norwegian radio stations and played several times both nationally and internationally. CCA Jonas followed up his successful debut with the singles Hiah and Autobots the growth and popularity expanded a lot for the teenager, and he has now signed a management agreement with Made Management.
The young talent is releasing his first 7-track mixtape this fall. Earlier this year CCA Jonas released the two first tracks from the project, Committed and Bubley, and now he is ready to release the third single “Dizzy” September 25´th.
His newest track is called, “Dizzy” and it is a banger for sure. He uses production similar to that of Internet Money from Atlanta, that creates a vibe that could be great for clubs. His vocals remind us similar to that of 2K Baby mixed with his own flow that creates a sound that makes the listener want to get up and dance! We love hearing this sound from Norway, and we are very excited to hear more from CCA Jones in the future. Check out the track below.
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