Jukebox Makes Rap Debut on “Everyday Birthday” by Swizz Beatz, Featuring Chris Brown and Ludacris

Jukebox Makes Rap Debut on “Everyday Birthday” by Swizz Beatz, Featuring Chris Brown and Ludacris

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!”

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