Artist, executive, songwriter, producer actor…. just a few of the titles befitting for Eugene “400” Jackson.
Originally from Cleveland, Ohio, 400 grew up immersed in the music industry. His father was a DJ (DJ Mix Master Quick), member of the popular group Brothers 4 the Struggle, music producer, and co-owner of Rampage Record, a local record label. In the early ‘90s, his father owned the state-of-the-art music studio where Bone Thugs-N-Harmony recorded early music that launched their iconic career.
As 400 grew up, he knew that he wanted to submerge into the world of music. He dedicated himself to learning everything he could about the music industry from the art of creating music to how the business side works.
He has grown to master the art of dancing across multiple genres of music while maintaining a relevant sound that delights listeners all over the world. His talent, dedication, and natural knack for business have brought his manifestation full circle. From producing music for Entertainment Tonight in the early stages of his career to crafting executive strategies for others, 400 is on track to achieve everything he set out to achieve – and more.
His debut EP, “The World of 400” awarded him the Best Artist with a Band award from Atlanta Entertainment Awards and “Best Male R&B Artist” at Atlanta’s Hot Block Magazine Awards. 400 has also co-produced some of K-Pops biggest hits today including EXO’s “Don’t Fight The Feeling,” which landed #1 on iTunes World Album Charts and SF9’s smash hit “RPM” which landed #15 on Billboard World Album Charts.