Clarence Jey is a record producer, multi-instrumentalist, composer, and songwriter who has had music on US Top 100 Billboard charts, Grammy winning Record and Emmy TV”.
Young Jey initially grew up in the Australian Entertainment Industry performing with local bands and composing/producing music at his studio in Melbourne, Australia In Melbourne, Clarence Jey blended his love of Music and Television to co-create the Theme song for 2007 US Emmy nominated animation Television Show, “Growing up Creepie”. This success led to his relocation to Los Angeles, California.
Soon after, he was instrumental in one of the largest internet viral sensations in history, “Friday”, by Rebecca Black, which resulted in over 200 Million YouTube hits. He co-wrote and produced/engineered the controversial song, which hit the US Billboard Top 100 and iTunes Top 20 in March 2011, referred to as “Genius” by music executive, Simon Cowell and pop sensation Lady Gaga. “Friday” was also covered on various TV shows, including the cast of Fox network’s smash hit show “Glee”, that resulted in the Glee version of “Friday” landing on US Billboard Top 100 as well as iTunes Top 10. In 2013, Jey gained additional historical notoriety with US Late Night host Jimmy Fallon’s 2nd album “Blow Your Pants Off”, featuring “Friday”, as performed by Fallon and Stephen Colbert – an record with a high profile rock star line up including Sir Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, David Bowie and Bruce Springsteen – won 2013 Grammy.