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Carlos St. John Phillips (born August 26, 1986, known professionally as Saint Jhn (stylized as SAINt JHN), is a Guyanese-American singer, songwriter, rapper, and record producer. He released his first album under the Saint Jhn moniker, Collection One, in March 2018. He is best known for his single “Roses”, initially released in 2016.

A 2019 remix of “Roses” by Kazakh DJ Imanbek helped the song become a worldwide hit; reaching the top 5 of the US Billboard Hot 100 and topped the charts in Australia, the Netherlands, Ireland, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom. Prior, John wrote songs for a number of acts, including Jidenna, Hoodie Allen, Usher, and Kiesza, among others. He is a founding member of the Gødd Complexx music collective.

Prior to adopting the Saint Jhn stage name, he performed and wrote using his birth name, Carlos St. John (or Carlos Saint John). In 2010, he released an EP (The St. John Portfolio) and a mixtape (In Association) under his birth name. Soon after, he was flown to Los Angeles by music executive, Zach Katz. For two months, he wrote songs for Rihanna, but none of his records were accepted. After returning home, Saint Jhn co-wrote the 2012 Hoodie Allen song, “No Interruption”.

In the following years, Saint Jhn wrote songs for Kiesza, Gorgon City, and Nico & Vinz, among others. In 2016, he earned a writer credit for the Usher songs, “Crash” and “Rivals”, both of which appeared on the Hard II Love album. Also in 2016, he released his first song under the moniker, Saint Jhn, entitled “1999”. He followed that with two more songs in 2016, “Roses” and “Reflex”. In October 2016, it was announced that Saint Jhn would open up for Post Malone during a run of shows on the West Coast.


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