Born: Jacksonville, FL
Came to Street Execs Summer 2020
Engineer/Prod. Credits : 21 Savage, Young Thug, NLE Choppa, Blueface, Erica Banks, Icewear Vezzo, Sleepy Rose, Skooly, Hott LockedN, Kap G, Queen Key, Rittz, Grip, A$AP Mob, Deante' Hitchcock, Nick Grant, Travis Porter, Reginae Carter, Karlae, Lil Duke, Strick, Unfoonk, ManMan Savage, UnoTheActivist, Lil Wop, xLiband, DeeRogers, HoneyKomb Brazy, Chinese Kitty, JoeLew, StaySolidRocky, Michael Aristotle + more
Starting off with a cracked version of FL Studio 6, AONAH began his musical journey with electronic dance music and later started experimenting with different genres and vocal tracks - ultimately leading to producing instrumentals and beats for artists. After graduating with a degree in Sound Design, AONAH spent some time freelance engineering and producing all over Atlanta before locking in with Street Execs Studios.
Credits: 2 Chainz, Stunna4Vega$, SD, Skooly, OJ Da Juiceman, Fatt Sosa, Sleepy Rose, Worl, Sauxe Paxk, Calboy, Don Q, Nyketown Ju, King Combs, Block125, Cosanostra Kidd, PRE Jayfizzle, Jose Guapo, Big Unc, Yung Mal, Luh Kel, Big Papito, Tate Kobang, Travis Porter, Prince Ink, Lil Surf, Kai Ca$h, Kaydee Laflaire, Pyrex Whippa, Swag Hollywood, Kollision, D Flowers, Bobby Fishscale, Kolyon, Lil Twin, Luv Enchanting, Young Hunxho, Rubi Rose, Flaujae, 6 Dogs, Hylan Starr, Hugo Joe, JoeLew, Bear1Boss, Sterl Gotti, Man Man Savage, OTR Chaz, Paid Pat, 21 Kendall, 252 Lico, Akbar V, 645AR...etc
Chophouze Jay, born Jonathan Joyner on March 5, 1987, in Winston Salem, NC, stands as a distinguished American music producer and audio engineer, with a deep specialization in music production, mixing, and mastering. His journey began in Macon, GA, where the melodies and rhythms of his childhood bedroom hinted at the musical prowess that would come.
His expertise is stamped on chart-toppers like “Trap” for Bankroll Fresh, “What If” for Jadakiss, and “Triple Cross” for Young Scooter. The breadth of his artistry is further highlighted by his work on Young Scooter’s “80s Baby” album, where he was the force behind 80% of its tracks. His portfolio is enriched with tracks such as “FuckYouTalmBout (Freestyle)” featuring DaBaby, “Home Alone Six” for Nicki Minaj, “I Love My Range Rover” for Gucci Mane, “Gossip” with Young Scooter featuring Loki, “Trap Museum” for Skooly, “Never Know” by Lil Baby, and “Sick of You” for Young Thug.
In North Carolina, Chophouze Jay’s influence is profound, recognized as one of its paramount engineers. Beyond his musical contributions, Jay played a pivotal role in setting up the studio equipment for the inaugural Street Execs Studio, further cementing his indispensable relationship with the music hub.
At the forefront of sound innovation, as the CEO of the “Chophouze” brand and in partnership with Street Execs Studios, Jay embodies the essence of musical brilliance and technical mastery.