Jam Baxter has been a member of Contact Play and the SMB crews for many years, he's been recording, writing and performing since the age of sixteen. Baxter is now ready to make his mark on the uk hip hop scene, recently releasing his double disc 'Rinseout Friday/Spackout Monday' which did nothing but live up to expectations.
Jam Baxter grew up in North London and from a young age was drawn into the hip hop culture. In his early years of secondary school he began to write rhymes which soon had him spitting on street corners with the '4i2i' crew every weekend.
Baxter decided to move to Brighton in an attempt to get a degree under his belt, here he first met 'Mr Key' who introduced him to Dirty Dike & Edward Scissortongue, this is where the group 'Contact Play' began to form however we must not forget Ronnie Bosh (London) who also makes up Contact Play.
Fortunately for us Baxter dropped out of University and focused on the Release of Contact Plays first album "Champion Fraff" which came out in 2009.
The release of Champion Fraff was an instant success, making its mark in the underground hip hop scene spreading accross the country like wild fire. They soon started touring around the United Kingdom supporting artists from both sides of the Atlantic such as Jehst, Klashnekoff, Necro, TaskForce,
De La Soul, Souls Of Mischief, RA the Rugged Man and many more.
Just before the release of Champion Fraff Baxter decided to move back to London to doing what he does best; Hip hop! He then began to work on his solo album Rinse out Friday/Spack Out Monday.