Cody Jump was born in the small town of Lake Jackson, Texas. He first started melting faces with his raw piano recitals at the age of 8, and then moved to his hell-raising French Horn concerts at the age of 12. By the age of 13, Cody started shredding on the guitar and, by 14, started slappin’ the bass. Cody later joined several bands, including local metal band, Atrum. He joined the Marching and Concert Bands at Brazoswood High School, where he also picked up the drums. Cody participated in several orchestras including the Houston Youth Symphony and Brazosport Symphony Orchestra.
Cody went on to study at the Berklee College of Music, where he received dual degrees in Contemporary Writing & Production and Music Business & Management. During his time at Berklee, Cody went on to fulfill a study abroad program in Athens, Greece, where he and his classmates wrote, produced, and released an album entitled “Crossroads”, a take on popular genres of music with Greek time signatures and progressions. Cody also fulfilled an internship program in Los Angeles, California, where he worked in the studio with singer-songwriter, Matthew Puckett at Fader 5 Music. Cody also had the opportunity to work with promoter Chip Schutzman, CEO of Miles High Productions.