The word artist is often over-used in society today, but it's pretty safe to say that Jon Arons is more than deserving of having such a word next to his name.
Starting out as a trombone player, Arons went on to perform alongside artists including Alicia Keys, Steve Wonder and Bon Jovi and his talent saw him win over the hearts of millions through appearances on America's Got Talent, Showtime at the Apollo and Jimmy Fallon.
Moving firmly into world of music and performance, he soon after formed the electro-pop group Tachyon in 2013 before going solo earlier this year. Now, while working hard on his solo EP due for release next year, his artistic abilities have seen him create a fun video for his track "Time Machine."
Rather than spend thousands of dollars on special effects and A-list actors in guest roles, Arons instead:
"...made this video by myself with 30 jars of Playdoh, two clocks from the 99 cent store, and multiple trips to Toys R Us."
As for the purpose and meaning behind the video, he says:
"I wanted to tell a kinky love story about transcending time."