J_Rupt is the combination of Pop singer Jaime J. and DJ, E_Rupt (http://erupt1999.wix.com/epk1)

Jaime J. :
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๏ปฟSince 2009, Jaime J. has been leaving audiences dumbfounded by his performance ability. Elements of burlesque and gymnastics, combined with live singing, have established Jaime J. as one of the most explosive performers in his hometown of Tucson, Arizona. When it comes to music, the Jaime J. sound splits and tumbles between his self-proclaimed "regGAY" Pop and the dark and dreary Synth Pop of the 80s (It's No Doubt meets Depeche Mode). The Jaime J. vocal can be described as a smooth-bass-sound offering complete passion and seduction. With every backflip, heartfelt note, and costume change, it quickly becomes apparent that Jaime J. is one of the most energetic, limitless, and enthusiastic performers on the block.

Jaime J. has opened for artists like Big Freedia, Nicky Da B, SSION, Nicky Click, CJ & The Dolls, and Math The Band for their tour stops in Tucson, AZ.
โ€‹Jaime J. writes and produces his own music and often collaborates with friends from the Tucson Music Community.
Jaime J. is a proud member of both the Latino & LGBTQ Communities in Tucson, AZ

Who: DJ E_rupt

What: I DJ a monthly at La Cocina called NUNU, which focuses on new non Billboard influenced music from the current year and the previous two years. I also do guest spots at other nightclubs. I have also had the privilege of opening up national acts such as, MC Chris, Active Child, Baio (Vampire Weekend), And Dj'd for Big Freedia when she came to Tucson.

โ€‹Where: Mostly the downtown area of Tucson, AZ.

โ€‹Why: There are many types of DJs out there. I prefer to call myself an art DJ. My main focus is to DJ the very best in the world of pop music. And to DJ this type of music out in public, so that other people may hear. I spend a good amount of time trying to find these sounds. I don't care how many soundscans they have, or how hot the track is. If my ears don't like what its hearing, then I'm not playing it.

โ€‹How: I use different two set-ups. The first is a Denon D-DN4500 Dual CD deck. The second is a Denon-HC4500 Controller with Virtual DJ. And I use a Behringer VMX-1000 mixer for both set-ups