Jimmy Yoshitake


Manager: A&R, Streaming Services


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Jimmy Yoshitake

In just over 4 years as a valued member of the Dim Mak crew, Jimmy Yoshitake has grown into the voice for bass music within Steve Aoki’s storied imprint. Born and raised in Southern California, Jimmy initially parlayed his passion for electronic music into a Music Business & Production degree from Los Angeles’ Icon Collective. After landing his first ever internship at Dim Mak, Jimmy’s keen understanding of dance music culture and streaming analytics has led him into his current position of Manager: A&R, Streaming Services for the record label / music publisher.

While Dim Mak is famed for its roster of eclectic sounds, Jimmy’s deep knowledge of the bass music scene has been instrumental in both the scouting and signing of Dim Mak releases by artists such as Riot Ten, ARMNHMR, Tisoki, Bear Grillz, Blanke, WHIPPED CREAM, Leotrix, NXSTY, Badrapper, ATRIP and BIJOU. Additionally, Jimmy has been a key player in the development of Dim Mak’s bass acts, spearheading remix packages for the likes of Matroda and helping shape new records for buzzing acts such as Godlands and Bok Nero. In his off time, this day one dubstep fanatic can be found rooting for the Los Angeles Lakers and taking hikes with his pitbull / boxer pup named Caspa.

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