Karlton Jones Biography

The best Smooth Jazz Saxophonist and Christian Hip Hop artist in the world! Welcome to the official website of Karlton Jones. Learn more about this international multi-talented recording artist that has been to the Grammy's and has hits on the billboard charts.

Karlton Jones lives in Winston-Salem North Carolina with his wife Rachel and three kids Ariana, Noah, and Elijah. He loves spending time with his family and is often inspired by them to make songs that are positive and glorify God.

Supahero, the new song from Karlton Jones takes you on a musical journey across multiple genres and delivers a unique sound that this North Carolina native and Christian artist is know for. Karlton was once a secular Hip-Hop artist but in 2007 that all changed when one morning he heard the audible voice of God.  Several weeks later he had a near death experience that lead him to completely give his life to Jesus Christ.  Karlton's goal is to tell the world about the love of God and encourage the listeners of his music to believe in God and truly live out the calling that God has given us all to follow through the example of His son Jesus Christ.
Karlton's most recent highly anticipated single titled "Supahero" is expected to be the #1 chart topping Gospel and Smooth Jazz single of the year that also blends R&B, Hip-Hop, and Electronic Dance Music.  The gospel version of the song features a collaboration with Cherch aka Ronald Wilds.  The smooth jazz version features Karlton playing his soprano saxophone.  The song "Supahero" was produced by BCoe Productions and was mixed/mastered by BEAUZ whom are signed to Armada records and whose EDM music has been featured by Zedd at some of the largest music festivals in the country such as Coachella and around the world. Karlton's first album The Calling received much success and was featured on the #1 Christian Hip-Hop and Rap Music Online Magazine Rapzilla.com and in the highly respected jazz online and print magazine JazzTimes.com. His first EP Brighter Day and his second EP I Believe equally received much success and songs on both projects made it onto the billboard charts. Karlton's music has been submitted for Grammy nomination to the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences and he also attended the 2019 and 2020 Grammy awards ceremony in Los Angeles, CA.