Jay Pryor is an LA-based DJ and producer originally from Dublin who has fast made a name for himself with his breezy, catchy crossover house releases which have cumulatively racked up over 150 million streams.
Jay's first big break was a co-production with Steve Aoki on Louis Tomlinson’s smash hit single 'Just Hold On' which has been streamed over 500 million times worldwide and was a UK new entry at #2 and #51 on the US Billboard Hot 100. The single also topped the US Billboard Dance Chart, and went platinum in 13 countries and gold in another 13.
As an artist, Jays's sound is constantly evolving, with his most recent releases - 'Say Something' and 'Good For Me' blending inspirations from progressive Eric Prydz cuts such as 'Every Day' and the groovier, deeper, indie vibes of bands like Rüfüs Du Sol.
As a remixer, Jay has had the honour of putting his spin on records for Dermot Kennedy, Kehlani & Ty Dolla $ign, Diplo, Niall Horan, Anne-Marie, Alan Walker, Snakehips & ZAYN and Seeb & Bastille.
In 2020, despite living in lockdown, Jay kept up his passion for performing live by starting a series of DJ sets from his picturesque East London balcony dubbed 'Sunset Sessions' which he streamed on his YouTube channel. What started off as a way to keep spirits up amongst Jay and his closest friends and fans ended up taking Jay to the top of Dublin's Guinness Storehouse for a live DJ set from the iconic Gravity Bar. Set against the against the backdrop of Dublin's skyline, the episode is a world-class piece of content.