Coffee Jones is one half of five-time Dove Award-winning and two-time Grammy nominated hip-hop duo GRITS. Together with Bonafide, Jones has toured the world and recorded eleven full-length albums, and their songs have been featured in blockbuster hit films like "Fast And Furious: Tokyo Drift", Martin Lawrence's "Big Momma's House 2", and Jack Nicholson's "Something's Gotta Give". Their single "Ooh Ahh" has sold over 1 million units, and the duo has sold over 900,000 albums since their start in 1995. In addition to the accolades won by the group, he is also a founding owner of Revolution Art, an independent record label working with several artists at the start of their careers.
In 2010, GRITS recorded their most recent studio album Quarantine, and in the years that followed, Jones began work on his own solo material. His first release, an EP of three songs entitled Fresh Brew, was released at the end of 2012. The recordings saw him taking on his own sound and finding his own feel, incorporating electronic elements along with a smooth R&B style on tracks like "Days Go By" and the instant hit "This Time." With his second release, Fresh Brew 2 in 2014, Jones continued to push himself as an artist and creator, crafting songs that stretched him musically and allowed him to be even more poignant with his rhymes.