From kicking off his career less than three years ago, to receiving support from Tiësto, Don Diablo, Lucas & Steve and many more established artists, Jack Shore is definitely a bright example of dedication and consistency. With an impressive 14 singles released in 2019, followed up with more than a dozen more over the past two years, Jack Shore has built an impressive catalog of dance music gems, that have been released on labels such as Magic Records, HEXAGON, Frequency Music, 2 Dutch and more.
To top off his impressive catalog of tunes, Jack Shore’s social media skills are nothing short of impressive. With 220k followers on TikTok, he has built a massive audience that allowed him to gain viral success last year with his remix of the popular meme “My No No Square,” which he later officially released to great acclaim. So far, the single has been streamed almost 10 million times on Spotify.
Now, following his uplifting tune “Seventeen“ featuring Nova May, Jack Shore has returned to share possibly his biggest single this year with “Dreaming Of Me,” which is out now via coveted label NCS. Co-produced alongside Norwegian producer Tollef and featuring singer/songwriter Jaime Deraz, “Dreaming Of Me” sees Jack Shore showcase his usual vibrant house style, yet this time infusing it with a funky, disco-inspired twist that is bound to amass international attention in no time.
Over the duration of “Dreaming Of Me,” the three artists masterfully showcase their chemistry, crafting an irresistible record that is filled with exciting guitar and bass licks, as well as hard-hitting drums. It marks Jack Shore and Jaime Deraz’s fourth collaboration to date, so there’s no doubt that the pair will be back with more heat sooner rather than later.
If there is someone deserving of a successful career in music, it’s definitely Jack Shore. Based in Jerusalem, Israel, the 20-year-old producer, film composer and DJ has been honing in on his craft as a musician for a decade now, starting to learn how to play the drums at the tender age of 10. Jack Shore struggled heavily in school as a result of having dyslexia, ADD, and ADHD, and while he initially used music as an escape – especially after he discovered GarageBand at 15 – it quickly became much more than that. Now, he is making his dreams come true as a result of his talent and dedication, and we’re excited to see where he takes things next.