Jason Little Resume

      St. Louis native Jason Little was naturally drawn to a more soulful sound. Growing up, his musical influences ranged from Charlie Wilson to Donny Hathaway; performers with distinct sounds and down home flavor.

Jason always knew he would have a spot in the music industry. Jason Little, a former member of the St. Louis group, Ol' Skool, was discovered by Keith Sweat. And under the direction of Sweat, the group went on to deliver the hit single, “Am I Dreamin”; which also featured Keith Sweat and the sensational sounds of the all female group Xscape, which placed Ol' Skool on the national map, and from there a myriad of opportunities came Jason Little's way. Jason has appeared in magazines such as VIBE, Sister to Sister, Word Up, and Black Beat, and also made appearances at MTV and BET. Eventually the group broke up, and in 2004 Jason Little relocated to the busy streets of New York City which provided him the opportunity to work on his solo career.

Jason found himself as part of a once in a lifetime, open audition for the hit-maker; Carl Thomas. Thomas was in search of members for an act he was putting together, and welcomed Jason into the group. Producer Troy Taylor; now well acclaimed for his collaborations with Trey Songz, produced a track for the group before its disbandment. Jason then joined Trey Songz on tour, providing backup that eventually lead him to opportunities to open for Trey Songz. Jason Little worked the promo circuit performing at such events as the Cingular Back to School Tour and the Russ Parr Bus Tour. Jason has appeared on Soul Train and Showtime at the Apollo, as Trey Songz backup singer.

Magazine Appearances
(with group Ol' Skool)

Black Beat
Word UP
Sister 2 Sister

Music Tours
Toured with Trey Songz as background singer
Russ Parr Bus Tour
AOL Sessions Live
Music Choice Live
Soul Train
LA Summer Jam
Little Rock Ark Summer Jam
N C Summer Jam
Cingular Wireless Tour
Clear Channel Conference in the Bahamas
Vibe Magazine Show in NY
Showtime at the Apollo

“Former Member of Keith Sweats' Group “Ol' Skool” on Universal Records”

**Appeared on BET **
**Appeared on MTV**

Updated:  October 7, 2011

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