For 2K Ponce Juno, hailing from a large musical family has so much to do with his pursuit of a music career and so far the Staten Island-born musical act is fast making the entertainment industry sit up and take notice. With his unique and personalized style of music which features a blend of Caribbean vibe and New York vibe to his genre-crossing music and a fusion of his lyrics delivery and amazing energy and moves on stage, 2K Ponce Juno is indeed a rising star. Signed professionally under the imprint of Sony Music Group, he is the owner of Ellispe Group Records Global LLC, and its subsidiaries including Star Music Group LLC, and EGR Global Music Publishing Company. 2k Ponce Juno is an astute business-oriented individual who is not lost in his quest for mainstream success, but simultaneously takes his business enthusiasm and quest for success along wherever he goes. Perhaps, being raised around the West Indian culture gave him his “don’t give up” attitude and mindset.
2K Ponce Juno began his career in the music industry in 2012, first as an entrepreneur and the first project he launched his first project “Chicken Grease n’ Grits,” in collaboration with Music act, Seven. The project amassed over three thousand hits from Datpiff. Subsequently, he released his first music video titled, “They Like This.” On March 15, 2019, he released, “Coolli Bandz” an EP, containing his hit single, “This Life” which earned him a place on the Takeover Tour, powered by the AAMG family.
2k Ponce Juno exudes positive vibes, infectious, yet bouncy and a feel-good vibe in his approach to dominate the industry. Coming from a profound hip hop background, Juno’s music embodies a Caribbean-New York flair, and thanks to his aura and energy (on and off the stage), he has captivated the hearts of his fans who can’t stop asking for more of him.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, 2K Ponce Juno’s music was a favorite on the dance floors of clubs in the Northeast and he was on his way to joining the Sony/Orchard and Mo Thugs Family’s America’s “Most Blunted Tour” until the pandemic halted the entertainment industry. And despite the lockdown, while awaiting the opportunity to travel, get back on stage, and entertain his growing fan base, he’s remained creative and has been reaching out to help those closer to home. His latest single, the remix of “Go Pretty Girl,” was produced by Max which has taken major Jamaican media markets by storm, was released in the US on Friday, January 15. Accompanying 2K Ponce Juno on it are popular Jamaican dancehall icons, DJ King Beenie Man and singer Double K.
2K Ponce Juno has never seen himself in competition with any of his fellow artists, according to him, “There is no competition with artists who produce similar genres and have the same outward expression of his or her love for The Lord. The separation from the music produced by 2k Ponce and secular artists is simply the difference in lifestyle lived by the artists.”
Away from music and entrepreneurship, Juno is best known for his distinct and classy fashion style, and added to that is a recent endorsement deal that makes him the ambassador and the face of Kim Birkedal Hartmann’s Revanche Cognac.
“In five years, I see myself producing other arising artists into stars. I will be helping upcoming artists reach their highest musical potential to make hit records underneath Ellipse Group Record Global LLC/ Sony Music Group.” He concludes.