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|Origin||Australian of Sri Lankan origin|
|Genres||Pop, Dance, Electro, Synthpop, HipHop, Rhythmic Contemporary, RnB, House, Rock, Fusion Jazz|
|Occupations||Record producer, Songwriter, Composer|
|Labels||ARK Music Factory (2010-11)
Music Intersection (2011)
|Associated acts||Jimmy Fallon, Glee (TV Series), Richie Kotzen, All-4-One, Rebecca Black, Patrice Wilson|
Clarence Jey is a record producer, multi-instrumentalist, composer, and songwriter of Australian Tamil origin now established in Los Angeles, United States. He has been part of band projects and has composed and produced a number of artists, including music for U.S. Hit TV show Glee and U.S. TV host Jimmy Fallon's 2013 Grammy Winning Record "Blow Your Pants Off".
Since 2010, Jey had contributed in creating music for ARK Music Factory and its artists and has gained notoriety as being the co-writer and producer of Rebecca Black's viral video "Friday". In May 2011, Clarence Jey left Ark Music Factory to focus on his own production company and LA Recording Studio, Music Intersection, and further went on to create a new Los Angeles based multi-dimensional entertainment channel Pop-U-Lar, which is a subsidiary of Popular Media Group. In June 2011, he co-created MIAM Music Publishing which controls "Friday" the composition and was responsible for administering all versions of "Friday", as well as orchestrating Kohl's Black Friday campaign theme song for 2011. In 2012, Jey gained additional historical notoriety with Late Night host Jimmy Fallon confirming the release of his album Blow Your Pants Off, featuring "Friday", as performed by Fallon and Stephen Colbert - an album with a high profile rock star line up including Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, David Bowie and Bruce Springsteen. On December 5, 2012, Jimmy Fallon's second album Blow Your Pants Off, featuring Jey's song 'Friday' was nominated for the 2013 Grammy Awards. On February 10, 2013, Blow Your Pants Off featuring Clarence Jey's song 'Friday' went on to win a Grammy Award.
Born to a Sri Lankan Tamil family, Jey grew up in Australia and had his musical debut performing with local Australian bands. He also composed and produced music through his studio in Melbourne, and produced most notably the Australian Pop/Rap duo Soul Class, which was signed to Australia's independent record label, Mushroom Records.
He has worked with a number of artists, including Cindy Santini, Samantha Lombardi, Richie Kotzen, and Latvian Top 10 artist Ladybird. Jey worked with Australian singer/songwriter Samantha Lombardi for her debut album, and co-wrote and co-produced music for Emmy-winning television show Growing Up Creepie, which featured songs performed by Lombardi. The collaboration resulted in the theme song for the television show as well as additional material. In 2009, he attained additional US notice with Cindy Santini's first single, "Hello My Love", which appeared on her debut album Making Sound, released through Fontana Distribution/Universal Music .
Jey has collaborated with Grammy songwriter/producer Herbie Crichlow, Grammy singer Delious Kennedy from All-4-One, Charlie Mason (Hannah Montana), English American Billboard Dance Chart #1 songwriter Mick Walsh, Slumdog Millionaire movie sound track songwriter Wendy Parr and Australian record producer Paul Wiltshire (Backstreet Boys). Jey has also produced remixes. In 2010, he remixed former member of glam rock band Poison, Richie Kotzen's top selling single "You Can't Save Me".
Since 2010, Jey had contributed in creating music for Ark Music Factory and its artists. They also penned and produced the song "Friday", sung by one of Ark Music Factory's artists, Rebecca Black. The song has been panned by Time magazine's website, and has become a viral sensation due to its controversial reviews. Friday was cast in season two of Glee which resulted in the Glee version of the song re-charting on Billboard Top 100, peaking in at #33. Friday achieved additional notoriety when it became Kohl's Black Friday campaign theme song for 2011.
Since leaving Ark, Jey continues to produce music through his own entity Music Intersection  and further created Los Angeles based entertainment label Pop-U-Lar, featuring artists such as Kenny James.
On December 5, 2012, Jimmy Fallon's second album Blow Your Pants Off, featuring the song 'Friday' was nominated for the 2013 Grammy Awards, and went on to win at the 55th Grammy Awards, held on February 10, 2013. 
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