Wolf "Wolfy" Jones

NYC native Wolf Jones (formerly/aka Ro Danishei) is an LA based songwriter and recording artist. The 20 year old, 1st generation Russian-American began writing at the young age of 8 and by 10 had lyrics and poems that were being published and winning national contests. She was raised by a very young, working, single mother, poor and sharing a bedroom in their Harlem apartment but that only pushed her to work harder towards her dreams. By 12, she had started up a pop girl group with two of her close friends that came to be known as Candy Coated Chaos. The trio continued for the next six years with Ro as their lead singer/songwriter for the group. CCC reached number one unsigned artists on Myspace for several consecutive months, and as a result started to become an underground success, working with top choreographers like Jermaine Browne, touring with shows bringing in as many as 13,000 people, being played on top 40 radio stations, as well as throughout clubs all over the world. Shortly after, Wolfy's (at the time, Ro Danishei's) material had been licensed by MTV and played in hit shows like "The Hills," "The City," "Jersey Shore," "Disaster Date" "The Buried Life," "America's Best Dance Crew" and Showtime's "The Real L Word." Wolf has worked with producers/songwriters Andreas Carlsson, Billy Mann, Jeff "Jadion" Wells, Roy Hamilton III, Frankmusik, Danny Garibay, Dave Schuler, Aimee Proal, David Patillo, Lion's Share, JD Walker, JP Clark, Richard Harris, Rob Giles, Vassy, Sash Banks, Alex Aiono, and Sons of Radio, to name a few. In 2010, she had a single titled "Brainwash" on Simon Curtis' debut album "8-Bit Heart," which had over 500,000 downloads in its first week. With absolutely no budget, On New Year's Day 2011, as Ro Danishei, she released her debut solo album titled "End of the Rainbow" (with album photography by the infamous Tyler Shields) independently galvanizing fans all over the world, which triggered internet buzz among pop music lovers, and as a result got her featured on some of the biggest music/celeb gossip blogs around such as Just Jared, MTV Buzzworthy, JonAli's Blog, Electroqueer, iLeeks, etc. followed by some small scale touring from Los Angeles, to London, to New York City, and in summer of 2011 completed her 2nd album that was put on hold after signing her 1st pub deal with BMG. Since Oct she has been in studio writing and recording, and joined London based dub/garage/pop girl group, Lady Riot, led by Tracklacers (responsible for J