Jason Nevins (born 1974) is an American DJ, producer and remixer, who is most widely known for his pop dance productions.
In the early 1990s, Nevins began releasing singles under various monikers through various dance labels, but achieved global recognition in 1998 with his production of Run-DMC's "It's Like That" originally from 1983, which was released under the title 'Run-DMC vs. Jason Nevins', reaching #1 in over 30 countries, including the German Top 100 and the UK Single Charts. It went on to sell five million copies. The single also halted the Spice Girls (then record) run of six consecutive #1s with their first six singles, holding the Spice Girls' seventh release, "Stop", at #2.
Nevins followed up "It's Like That" with a string of techno-house and hip-house remixes, with Run-DMC's "Tricky", 2 Live Crew's "We Want Some..." and Cypress Hill's "Insane In The Brain"; all featuring on his 1999 Sony album, Uni-Vs-Al (Universal). In 2001, he started to add a rock vibe to his remixes and productions, working on tracks for artists as varied as N.E.R.D, Duran Duran and The Bloodhound Gang.