Ronald “Jukebox” Jackson is best know as a super-producer for Nelly, Eve and penning the double platinum smash “Whip My Hair” for Willow Smith. Now, he is coming out from behind-the-scenes on Swizz Beatz’s new track “Everyday Birthday.” Juke co-wrote and co-produced the head-nodding song, guaranteed to be the final club anthem of 2012. In addition, Juke makes his rap debut, certifying him as a an industry triple-threat: producer, writer and rapper. “Everyday Birthday” also includes Chris Brown and Ludacris.
The song demands women across the country to hit the floor and “dance like a white girl” on her birthday with Juke delivering the addictive chorus. “We’ve all seen them white girls get loose in the club!” Juke laughs. “This track is a tribute to ladies who get on the dance floor and move it like they don’t care. Black, white, Latina, Asian, suburban, urban – dance your ass off like a white girl!” “Everyday Birthday” is the latest single from Swizz Beatz’s long-awaited sophomore album, which will include production from Jukebox.
Juke’s producing resume includes Grammy-winning artists like Will Smith, Eve, Nelly, John Legend and Janet Jackson. Therefore, it’s no shocker the Cali would soak up the talent of these hip-hop giants, discovering his own gift for rapping. “I always knew I could rhyme. But working with Will, Snoop, Eve, Swizz – so many others – I wanted to make sure it was the right time. ‘Everyday Birthday’ is perfect timing!”