Originally from Gaithersburg, Maryland, with most of his family from Queens & Brooklyn, NY and currently based in the Washington, D.C. Metro area, Jason’s releases include: "Critical", "Come Home", "A Hero Fell" (#1 in the Netherlands for 4 consecutive weeks), "I Know I Can Make it" - (feat. Dru Hill), "How I Do", "Let Me Let Go", and "Tell It Like It Is (remix)". Recent releases include, "UnReleased", a mix-tape style album with never before released songs recorded over the past decade, a new remix video for his hit song "Don't Walk Away", and a brand new music video and remix album EP for his most streamed song, "Critical KCB Radio Edit" which had a debut at #92 on the Australian Pop/Dance charts! Jason’s currently working on his highly anticipated new Pop/R&B Album (“Got This feeling”) with producer Chuck Slay, which he’s looking to release in the summer of 2020.

Since the release of his debut pop album “Tell It Like It Is” in 2003, Jason Malachi has had a promising career; Notwithstanding a No. 1 radio single “A Hero Fell” for 4 consecutive weeks on the pop charts, a #92 debut on the pop/dance charts, headlining the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame (Cleveland) and Club Jet (Mirage Hotel Vegas), collaborating with world renown Pop/R&B recording group Dru Hill, opening for Jaged Edge, and gracing the stage of the UCMVA Awards with the likes of Tony Melendez, John Michael Talbot and Matt Maher; Along with many more accolades.

Jason released his last full length pop album “Critical” produced by multi-platinum selling producer Damon Sharpe in 2011 which earned him international acclamations, as well as phenomenal attention and publicity with worldwide radio and television airplay in all formats, including over 20 million digital spins. In 2014, he released “Come Home”, an inspirational Pop/Christian Gospel album, that captures Jason's deep spiritual background." In late 2019, Jason teamed up with Australia's mega dance DJ KCB and released "Critical KCB Radio Edit", which earned him another top 100 appearance. Jason has also graced the cover of German music entertainment magazine "Xposed" and has been featured two times on Fox's TMZ entertainment show.