At the age of just 18, Nina Jones is an extremely talented teenage vocalist from Newport, South Wales, UK. Juggling her singing with 'A' levels she's already gained much traction and interest in only a short time period of pursuing her musical goals.
Nina started singing seriously at the age of only 10 yrs old. She received singing lessons from Louise Ryan (Charlotte Church's singing teacher) and quickly developed to be hand picked to star in 'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang' at The Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff with Aled Jones and 'H' from Steps. She reached the final of 'The UK Open Mic' contest a few years back and was Runner Up in 'The Star Of Stage' contest 2013, where she got to work with Connie Fisher.
Following the success of debut single release "Never Let You Go" (written by award winning and acclaimed songwriters Darren Parry/Dan & Laura Curtis and produced by Darren Parry) with TV slots and radio play including BBC Radio Wales, the teenage sensation then geared up for another single release, with a brave cover of Prince’s timeless classic "Purple Rain". This has already racked up 71,000 views plus on Youtube and has had airplay on radio around the UK.
However, alongside that release, Jones released another track, "Never Let You Go (Adventurer Remix)", further proof that she is getting some great buzz in music industry circles. EDM specialist producer duo Adventurer, hot from working with the likes of Pendulum, Get Cape Wear Cape Fly, Young Guns and Pixie Lott, got hold of Jones’ single "Never Let You Go". Having fallen in love with the track, they handpicked it for their very own brand of remix treatment, with some thumping Dance/Club/Ibiza vibe results
“Promises” is Nina's fourth single release. It is an infectious, contemporary Pop/R&B/Ballad song written and produced by the talented singer/songwriter Darren Parry again. It’s a song about not trusting someone anymore, being tired of their lies, promises and deceit. It’s about being strong and moving on to better things. Many listeners will relate to this song as it embraces emotions that lots of us have encountered throughout our lifetime and will surely cement Nina's reputation as a rising star of the UK music scene.