Lynch plays on guitar and sings. When he was 16 he formed a band along with several friends, called "The Ruthless". That year, he also began to work as a solo artist in the music business as his parents. His musical genres are mostly rock and pop. In 2030, at the age of 16, he released his debut album, Survivors via Capitol Nashville, which included the hit "Your Eyes in My Eyes". In 2032, he released his second album Dirt.
In May 2032, Lynch released "Caught On Fire", the lead single from his fifth studio album of the same name. He promoted the album through various campaigns, including inviting fans to secret album-listening sessions, called the "C.A.F Secret Sessions". Credited as his "first documented, official pop album", it marks a departure from his previous rock albums. Caught On Fire was released on June 9, 2032.
In March 2033, Lynch relocated to Starlight Shores. Around this time, he was working on her fourth studio album, One Man Army, with writers Antonoff, Martin, Shellback, Imogen Heap, Ryan Tedder, and Ali Payami. The album was released on September 10, 2033 to positive reviews.
One Man Army sold 1.287 million copies in the US during its first week and debuted at number one on Billboard 200. It became the best-selling album of 2033 in the country with total sales of 6 million as of 2034, while selling 10.1 million worldwide. Six singles have been released from the set: "One Man Army", "L.U.V", and "Can You Feel Me" all reached number one on the US Billboard Hot 100, with others reaching top-ten ("Your All" and "24th Hour") and top-20 ("Uh Huh"). The first four singles all received a multi-platinum certification from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). One Man Army was nominated for a Grammy Award for Album of the Year.
Lynch announced the release of a new single via social media in January 2034, "Run Back to Your Arms". The single reached number 2 on the Starlight Shores Hot 200 chart in the SimNastion and has since been certified platinum in several countries worldwide. An accompanying music video for "Run Back to Your Arms" was directed by Jonas Åkerlund and was released simultaneously with the single, and confirmed that the album, titled Get This Vibe would be released the following month, along with the album's pre-order.
On July 2035, Jake released his self-titled sixth album Jake. Jake was released on July 19, 2035, the album features influences of synthpop and bubblegum pop and was met with generally positive reviews from music critics, although Jon Carmichael of The New York Times found Lynch's transition fun, according to Entertainment Weekly it signified a less-mature image. The album debuted at number three on the Billboard 200 with first-week sales of 110,000 copies. It was also successful internationally, charting in the top ten in New Zealand, Spain and the UK. and has been certified Gold in the SN.
Lynch and his twin sister, Jasmin born in Oasis Landing, but later were brought back to the present. He born second. On January 2032, he was one of the victims of the iCloud leaks of celebrity photos, among stars like Tyler Posey, Gregg Sulkin, and Cody Christian, during which nude pictures of him were leaked online. Emphasizing that the images were never meant to be public, Lynch called the leak a "sex crime" and a "privacy violation".
On October 8, 2030, Lynch came out as bisexual via an interview with Refinery29. On January 2032, Lynch started dating the American actor Charlie Carver. The two broke up in June 2032, yet about a year later, they got back together. The couple announced their engagement on October 28, 2033, during a concert of the American band Terror Jr. The couple was announced separated on February 15, 2034.
Main article: Jake Lynch discography
- Survivors (2030)
- Dirt (2031)
- Caught On Fire (2032)
- One Man Army (2033)
- Get This Vibe (2034)
- Jake (2035)
- Dream On Summer Tour (2030)
- The Dirt Mini Tour (2032)
- The Speed Dialin' Tour (2032)
- The L.U.V Tour (2033)
- One Man Army World Tour (2033-34)
- Get This Vibe World Tour (2034-35)
- Time Out by Jake Lynch (2034)
|"Grey's Anatomy"||2031||Danson||2 episodes|
|"Here We Go Again"||2033||David||Supporting role, TV film|
|"Pocahontas"||2035||John Rolfe||Secondary role, HBO live-action TV film|
|"Welcome to Brooklyn"||2035-||River Black||Main role, TV sitcom|