Meet the producers behind J Hus’ ‘Common Sense’ album


J Hus has finally dropped his highly anticipated and huge debut album ‘Common Sense’

The album is a 17-track masterpiece and is full of vibes courtesy of the man himself alongside some sick features. As well as the various artists involved with the album, the production is phenomenal and it’s only right we meet and pay homage to the geniuses behind the sound of J Hus.

1) Jae 5:

Jae 5 Producer Of The Month

Having already appeared as our #ProducerOfTheMonth, we know Jae 5 is the man behind the bangers. The 24-year-old takes the leading role in the production of the album, creating the beat for title track ‘Common Sense’ as well as ‘Bouf Daddy,’ ‘Clartin,’ ‘Leave Me,’ ‘Closed Doors,’ ‘Did You See,’ ‘Like Your Style,’ Plottin,’ ‘Fisherman,’ ‘Good Time,’ ‘Spirit,’ ‘Mash Up,’ ‘Goodies,’ Good Luck Chale,’ ‘Who You Are’ and last but not least ‘Friendly’ 

2) The Compozers:

The Compozers

The Compozers came through on the production of title track ‘Common Sense’ alongside Jae 5 and Mark Crown. Their distinct sound and use of live instruments helped to make the track exactly what it is. Now that we’ve been introduced to their production ability, it looks like we’re gunna see their name on loads more tracks!

3) Mark Crown:

Mark Crown

Also behind the sound of title track ‘Common Sense’ – Mark Crown is a genius with the trumpet. We look forward to more from him!

4) TSB:

Tobi Shy Boy

TSB aka Tobi Shy Boy worked on the sounds of one of my favourites from the album. With the help of Jae 5 and IO – he created ‘Spirit’ a feel good anthem and future club banger.

5) IO:

iO producer

IO aka Ayo has impacted three tracks on the album –  ‘Leave Me’ ‘Sweet Cheeks’ and ‘Spirit’ with Jae 5 and TSB.

6) Show n Prove:

Show n Prove

Scottish music producer, artist and DJ Show n Prove produced ‘Good Luck Chale’ alongside Jae 5.

“Hus used one of my old beats for one of his first ever freestyles so was only right to get in again for the album. I rolled through with Tiggs, layed some keys, drank some Courvoisier, did a couple freestyles and it was done. Jae 5 is a pure genius!” he explains.

7) Steel Banglez:

Steel Banglez Warner Music

For anyone who keeps up with production in the UK, this one is no surprise. Steel Banglez is the man behind some of the sickest songs to come out of the UK and it was only right he was a part of the album. Along with Jae 5, he produced ‘Fisherman’ which features Mist and MoStack – two artists who are no strangers to his sound.


Don’t forgot to get your copy of Common Sense which is available on all digital platforms now. You can also check out J Hus’ BBC Live Lounge performances of Did You See and Common Sense right here on Link Up TV.