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Music video by Rihanna performing Take A Bow. YouTube view counts pre-VEVO: 66288884. (C) 2008 The Island Def Jam Music Group.
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Music video by Taylor Swift performing Back To December. (C) 2011 Big Machine Records, LLC.
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Jamie xx performing at the Classic Car Club in Shoreditch, London on 22 September 2011
|Birth name||Jamie Smith|
|Origin||London, United Kingdom|
|Genres||Indie pop, electronic music, UK garage, post-dubstep|
|Occupations||Producer, remix artist, DJ|
|Instruments||Sampler, drums, steel drums, turntable, personal computer, percussion|
|Labels||XL Recordings, Young Turks|
|Associated acts||The xx, Gil Scott-Heron, Drake, Noah "40" Shebib, Florence and the Machine, Adele, Rihanna, Radiohead|
2007 – 2009 
Smith's musical career began in 2007 when he joined The xx accompanying old school friends Romy Madley Croft, Oliver Sim and Baria Qureshi of the Elliott School in London, notable for alumni including Hot Chip, Burial and Four Tet. He first used the stage name Jamie xx in July 2009 in a promotional mix for the band's début album xx released on the FACT mix series of the FACT Magazine. The mixtape was compiled by Jamie Smith and featured amongst others four tracks credited to Jamie xx - one own production and three remixes. The xx album went on to become platinum in the UK. Afterward, Jamie Smith went on to do more remix work for artists like Florence + The Machine, Adele, Jack Peñate and Glasser.
2010 – Present 
In late 2010, a Jamie xx remix of the song "NY Is Killing Me" from Gil Scott-Heron's last album I'm New Here aired on radio stations across the UK and Europe. The remix of "I'll Take Care Of U" followed in January 2011. Both singles drew the attention of the general public and the critics. They set the way for a 13-track remix album entitled We're New Here, produced entirely by Jamie xx and credited to "Gil Scott-Heron and Jamie xx". The album was released on February 21, 2011 on the XL Records label, but a full album preview could be streamed on the website of The Guardian as early as February 14. We're New Here received positive critical acclaim and was named "masterpiece in its own right" by BBC's Ele Beattie.
On June 6, 2011 the two-track self-produced single "Far Nearer"/"Beat For" was released. The song "Far Nearer" was selected Best New Track by Pitchfork Media, and the double A-side single charted at #128 in the UK singles chart. Later the same year, Smith produced the title track off Drake's second album, Take Care, which features pop singer Rihanna. In addition, Smith helped create several reworks for Radiohead's song "Bloom" which were released on a remix album entitled TKOL RMX 1234567.
The xx 
Jamie xx 
Studio albums 
|Year||Title||Peak chart positions|
|UK||UK Indie||UK DIG||US||BEL|
|2011||We're New Here (with Gil-Scott Heron)
|"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released.|
|Year||Title||Peak Chart Positions||Album|
|2010||"NY is Killing Me"||—||—||We're New Here
(with Gil-Scott Heron)
|2011||"I'll Take Care of U"||—||40|
|"Far Nearer / Beat For"||128||13||Far Nearer / Beat For|
|"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released.|
|2009||Florence and the Machine||"You've Got the Love"||Jamie xx Re-work feat. The xx|
|Jack Penate||"Pull My Heart Away"||Jamie xx Remix|
|The xx||"Basic Space"||Jamie xx Space Bass Mix|
|The xx||"Blood Red Moon"||Jamie xx Bootleg|
|The xx||"Hot Like Fire"||Jamie xx Edit|
|The xx||"Islands"||Jamie xx Remix|
|2010||Eliza Doolittle||"Moneybox"||Jamie xx Remix|
|Glasser||"Tremel"||Jamie xx Remix|
|Nosaj Thing||"Fog"||Jamie xx Remix|
|2011||Adele||"Rolling in the Deep"||Jamie xx Shuffle|
|FaltyDL||"Hip Love"||Jamie xx Rework|
|Holly Miranda||"Slow Burn Treason"||Jamie xx Remix|
|Radiohead||"Bloom"||Jamie xx Rework
Jamie xx Rework Pt. 3
|Rui da Silva||"Touch Me"||Jamie xx - Touch Me (feat. Yasmin)
Jamie xx - Touch Me (Instrumental)
|2012||Four Tet||"Lion"||Jamie xx Remix|
|The xx||"Reconsider"||Jamie xx Remix|
|The xx||"Sunset"||Jamie xx Edit|
- Saxelby, Ruth (14 July 2009). "The xx" "It started as a joke"". Dummy. Retrieved 23 August 2009.
- FACT mix 70: The xx FACT Magazine
- Certified Awards Search British Recorded Music Industry
- Jamie xx discogs.com
- The Guardian Music Blog (14 February 2011). "New album stream: Gil Scott-Heron and Jamie xx – We're New Here". Music Blog (The Guardian). Retrieved 18 February 2011.
- Beattie, Ele (17 February 2011). "Gil Scott-Heron and Jamie xx We're New Here Review: A cohesive, considered masterpiece in its own right.". BBC Music (BBC). Retrieved 23 February 2011.
- Peak positions for singles on the UK Indie Chart: