Jonas Blue bio, relationships, career and more

Who is Jonas Blue?

Jonas Blue is a British DJ, music producer, remixer, and songwriter. He was born on August 2, 1989, and his real name is Guy James Robin. The DJ rose to prominence following Tracy Chapman’s Fast Car remix. 

Jonas Blue

Quick facts

Birth nameJonas James Robin
Known asJonas Blue
BirthdayAugust 2, 1989
Age33 years old
Sun signLeo
Place of birthChelmsford, England

Early life, upbringing, and parents

Jonas Blue was born in the Waltham Forest area in London, UK. His father’s name is Jeremy M Robin, and his mother’s name is Melissa A Cohen. Ever since he was a little boy, Jonas Blue has been interested in music. He learned to play different musical instruments from the age of 7. He was able to play the flute and the saxophone at quite an early age. As he grew up, Jonas Blue was introduced to the music-mixing world. He then developed the ambition to become a DJ and a music producer.


In 2015, Jonas Blue released Tracy Chapman’s single Fast Car remix. His remix was able to reach the number two position on the UK Singles Chart. The song was able to retain its position for almost eleven weeks. In addition, the song also reached the number one position on Spotify and was certified platinum in Italy and the UK. Likewise, it was certified platinum thrice in Australia and twice in New Zealand. 

In June 2016, Jonas Blue’s single “Perfect Strangers” was released. The song featured JP Cooper and peaked at the number two position on the UK Singles Chart. It was certified platinum in the UK, double platinum in Australia, and gold in New Zealand. His 2016 single “By Your Side” featuring Raye peaked at number fifteen on the UK Singles Chart. 

After this, Jonas Blue released the song “Mama” featuring William Singe. The song secured the number four position on the UK Singles Chart. His 2017 song “Heartline” charted the number twenty-four position on the UK Singles Chart. 

In 2018, Jonas Blue released several songs such as “Hearts Ain’t Gonna Lie,” “Alien,” “Rise,” “Polaroid,” “Roll With Me,” and “I See Love.” Jonas Blue collaborated with DJ MK on the song “Back & Forth, ” reaching the number twelve position in the UK. 

Blue released his debut album called Blue in 2018. Its song “Stella” charted at number twelve on the UK Singles Chart. He also served as the executive producer for the debut album of the British girl group Four of Diamonds.’

In March 2019, Jonas Blue re-released the song “Rise” featuring the Korean-Japanese girl group Iz*One. He released “What I Like About You” featuring Theresa Rex the same month. Blue collaborated with DJ Tiësto and Rita Ora in 2019 and released the song “Ritual.” The song peaked at No. 24 on the UK Singles Chart. In November 2019, Blue was featured on the Got7 song “Now or Never.” The DJ released his songs “Mistakes,” “Naked,” and “Now or Never” in 2020. His 2021 release “Hear Me Say” secured the number 65 position on the UK Singles upon its debut. 

Jonas Blue albums:

Studio albums:

BlueReleased: 9 November 2018
Label: Positiva, Virgin EMI
Format: CD, digital download, streaming

Compilation albums:

Jonas Blue: Electronic Nature
– The Mix 2017
Released: 14 July 2017
Label: Universal Music Group
Format: Digital download
Est. 1989Released: 11 December 2020
Label: Universal Music Japan
Format: Digital download, CD


Title (Year)Album
“Fast Car” (2015)
(featuring Dakota)
Blue and The Electronic Nature – The Mix 2017
“Perfect Strangers” (2016)
(featuring JP Cooper)
Blue and The Electronic Nature – The Mix 2017
“By Your Side” (2016)
(featuring Raye)
Blue and The Electronic Nature – The Mix 2017
“Mama” (2017)
(featuring William Singe)
Blue and The Electronic Nature – The Mix 2017
“We Could Go Back” (2017)
(featuring Moelogo)
“Hearts Ain’t Gonna Lie” (2018)
(with Arlissa)
Est. 1989
“Alien” (2018)
(with Sabrina Carpenter)
“Rise” (2018)
(featuring Jack & Jack)
“I See Love” (2018)
(featuring Joe Jonas)
“Back & Forth” (2018)
(with MK and Becky Hill)
Get to Know and Est.1989
“Roll with Me” (2018)
(with Bantu featuring Shungudzo and ZieZie)
Non-album single
“Polaroid” (2018)
(with Liam Payne and Lennon Stella)
“Desperate” (2019)
(featuring Nina Nesbitt)
“Wild” (2019)
(featuring Chelcee Grimes, Tini, and Jhay Cortez)
“What I Like About You” (2019)
(featuring Theresa Rex)
(deluxe edition) and Est.1989
“Ritual” (2019)
(with Tiësto and Rita Ora)
(deluxe edition) and Est.1989
“I Wanna Dance” (2019)Blue
(deluxe edition) and Est.1989
“Younger” (2019)
(with Hrvy)
(deluxe edition) and Est.1989
“All Night Long” (2019)
(with RetroVision)
Est. 1989
“Billboard” (2019)
(with Tifa Chen)
Est. 1989
“Mistakes” (2020)
(with Paloma Faith)
Est. 1989
“Naked” (2020)
(with Max)
Est. 1989
“Something Stupid” (2021)
(with Awa)
“Hear Me Say” (2021)
(with Léon)

Guest appearances:

Title (Year)Other artistsAlbum
“Now or Never” (2019)Got7Call My Name

Production and songwriting credits:

Title (Year)Artist(s)AlbumCredit(s)
“Heartline” (2017)Craig DavidThe Time is NowProducer
“Blind” (2018)Four of DiamondsNon-album singleCo-producer
“My Head & My Heart” (2020)Ava MaxHeaven & HellCo-producer

Jonas Blue awards and nominations:

2016MTV Europe Music AwardsHimselfBest Push ActNominated
2017Brit Awards“Fast Car”British Single of the YearNominated
2017Brit Awards“Fast Car”British Video of the YearEliminated
2018Brit Awards“Mama”British Single of the YearNominated
2018Brit Awards“Mama”British Video of the YearEliminated
2019Brit Awards“Rise”British Video of the YearEliminated

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