From his humble beginnings as a Law Student and Boxer, Jack Da Union is undisputedly one to watch as an up and coming artist escalating in the current U.K music scene.
With grassroots cemented in Slough, Jack Da Union's lyrical content and flows have navigated him to
a propitious altitude within the U.K scene, situating him in an identifiable position in which he is able to exhibit his talents not only to the general public but to high esteemed representatives within the music industry.
His first creation "Hood Tactics" was broadcast on Channel U and so well received it charted at No 1 in the
channel's chart. Following suit his second single "Run" was placed at No 3 in the Official AKA Chart.
With Jack establishing a name for himself, he went on to release his self titled album in 2006.
Jack later went on to unveil his music on renowned online urban platform SBTV, which bared witness to the releases of his innovative body of work "Murco" followed by "Jus Wrapping", meanwhile continuing to work on new music and the deliverance of his independently released mixtapes.
Displaying evident musical progression Jack submitted his application for music contest "Project Aloft Star" in 2016 where he was critiqued by judges Sian Anderson (BBC 1Xtra Presenter), Huw Stephens (BBC Radio 1 Presenter) and lead singer of rock band "Spector", Fred Macpherson. Auspiciously surviving multiple heats and aviating his way to land in the final, Jack then impressively won the title of "Vocal Networking Champion", a competition run by Vocal Networking, a platform for emerging talent to perform live.
Emanating from his successes Jack Da Union released infectious lyrical in the form of track "Receipts" which premiered on major urban music platform, Link Up Tv. Visually creative, Jack flew to shoot the video in L.A with favourable videographer Jay Parpworth and Producer/Artist Zeph Ellis aka Dot Rotten. At the back of this project Jack was followed by Rick Ross on his social media.
Jack was introduced to UK Rapper Skinny Man, an introduction which graduated him to later take to the stage as an opening act for Skinny Man's UK Tour. He also performed at fellow collaborating artist, Taz's event (UK Legends) once the tour came to an end in 2017, Jack embarked on writing camp sessions in Norway and arrived back in the U.K in good musical stead where he amalgamated with top producer, Ayo Beatz for his new single “Lock Down" leading to his invitation to open for BBK's Jammer. Followed by performance in Dreamland with Trojan Sounds. With all the exposure on multiple radios including BBC 1Xtra, Radar, Pulse 88, Fubar, Westside Radio to name a few Jack was a part of Eternal of Wu Killa Beez, Wu Tang UK Tour in May 2018.
Recently a love for working behind the scenes has emerged with Jack recently directing his latest "Comfortable" video.
Experimental with his music, influentially ranging from Trap/Hip Hop and Grime teamed up with his aesthetically encharming exterior, lyrical content and playful flows, Jack Da Union is soon to become a household name to watch!