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|Genres||Dance-rock, funk, pop rap, electropop, pop rock, dance-pop|
|Associated acts||Lady Tigra|
Jupiter Rising was an American pop duo consisting of Jessie Payo and Spencer Nezey. The band was signed to Chime Entertainment and formed in 2005. They are best known for their songs "Go!", which was also featured on the soundtrack to Jump In!, and "Electropop", which topped the dance charts and achieved a million plays on Myspace.
- Jessie Payo - lead vocals, songwriting, co-production
- Spencer Nezey - vocals, beatbox, production, songwriting
- 80.Bug - Lead Singer/ Songwriter/Founder
- Bjorn Fleuren - Bassist/Music Director
Their song "Go!" hit #24 on Billboard magazine's Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart, and received some airplay on radio stations across the United States. The song was used in commercials for Chevrolet, Fox Sports, and Major League Baseball. It was also used by at least four sporting teams at their arena/stadium. It was used in a commercial for Feel the Noise and some other Disney commercials. "Go!" was also featured in the DCOM Jump In!, as well as in Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior, along with "Hero". It was also used in a commercial for Dance on Sunset.
The group's songs "Home" and "Hero" have been used on Making The Band 3. "Hero" has also been featured in the International Museum of Women's exhibition Imagining Ourselves and the TV show The Unit. The band was featured on a piece on The Insider.
- Jupiter Rising - released on September 26, 2006
- Electropop - released September 11, 2007
- Tres Cool, L.A. Girls EP - released December 16, 2008
- The Quiet Hype - released March 17, 2009
Jupiter Rising's single "LA Girls" was debuted on MTV's The Hills on November 17, 2008. Also featured on The Hills was "Flip My Switch" and "Tres Cool".
Jupiter Rising's song "Guarded" was debuted on MTV's The City (MTV series) in the first season of the show. On March 2, 2009, The City (MTV series) also featured their single "Falling Away" and on March 16, 2009, Jupiter Rising's song "Quicksand" was also highlighted in the season finale of the show. The band has also been featured in season 2 of The City (MTV series) with their song "New York Girls" airing in the October 16, 2009 episode.
Jupiter Rising's song "Tres Cool" was featured in an episode of the CBS television show Criminal Minds on April 8, 2009.
- Biography at Allmusic, J. Scott McClintock, Retrieved April 3, 2007
- Artist Page on Yahoo, Retrieved April 3, 2007
- Review of the band's debut CD by Jason Thompson at Bullz-Eye.com.