His fresh, innovative and distinctive sound demonstrated in hits like “Battle”, “Back up back up”, and “Scrappy”, won him critical acclaim Worldwide.
Wookie (real name Jason Chue), the renowned producer and remixer is widely regarded as one of the most influential founding fathers of UK Garage. He began his musical career releasing classics such as “Scrappy”, “Down On Me” and “Storm” through his own label ManChu Recordings. After signing to the production collective Soul II Soul, Wookie released his seminal self-titled album. First rising to prominence with his top ten hit “Battle” (S2S recordings) and his remix of Sia’s “Little Man” (Long Lost Brother Records), the sounds Wookie pioneered are now ruling the charts and dominating the airwaves. Having been cited as major influences for many modern producers including Disclosure, Rudimental, Preditah, Conducta and M.O.A.D, Wookie’s sound paved the way for the current breed of uk born electronic bass. After a mini hiatus from the music industry Wookie returned to the scene with his remix of Jessie J’s “Who You Are” and went straight on to remix Bobby Womack, Usher and Rizzle Kicks. Wookie has earned MOBO nominations and the calibre of artists he has remixed speaks for itself. 2013 saw Wookie release his own track “The Hype” ft Eliza Doolittle (ManChu/Strictly Rhythm) and remix, amongst others, Disclosure’s “Voices” (PMR/Island) and Wilkinson’s “Too Close” (Ram/Virgin). In 2014 Wookie released new material with the incredibly soulful track “Higher”, featuring the vocal talents of Atlantic Records’ Zak Abel and the accomplished and skilful sound of Rudimental’s Trumpet player, Mark Crown. 2015 Saw Wookie release “Battle 2.0” the rework of the classic “Battle” featuring the soulful Lain. In 2017 Wookie re-released his debut album, available for the first time digitally along with the classic “Gallium” and 2 brand new tracks “Plutonomy” and “Reach Out” ft Xavier. The return of Wookie has brought forward new talents from Jason, DJ-ing for the first time in his career including regular gigs at London’s Fabric, Berlin’s Berghain, Manchester’s Warehouse Project, Worldwide Festival, Outlook Festival, Boomtown, Latitude Festival, 51st State and has now completed 2 full Australian/NZ tours. It’s fair to say Wookie is firmly in the groove.