Camille Davis (ill Camille) från Compton kan liknas vid en musikalisk hägring. Hon dyker plötsligt upp vid horisonten för att sedan försvinna lika snabbt. Lägger en gästvers på ett Terrace Martin-projekt, hänger med Kendrick Lamar, gör ambitiösa verk som Heirloom, och är sedan borta igen. Jag fångar ill Camille nära platsen som format henne, souljazziga konst- och kulturcentrat Leimert Park i södra Los Angeles. I avsnittet får hon sällskap av syskonsjälarna som båda uträttat stordåd hos producent 9th Wonder i North Carolina. Jean Grae har kamp, jazz och sarkasm i blodet, medan Rapsodys uppväxt präglades av laddningen mellan Jehovas vittnes starka tro på världens undergång och gränslösa hiphopdrömmar. Du möter även Jay Rock, Roy Ayers, Janet Jackson, Mystic, Bahamadia, Ladybug och Abdullah Ibrahim (Dollar Brand).
Jean Grae - "Kill Screen" | What's Perfect Really? Podcast
What's Perfect Really? Podcast
DW & Liam discuss the perfection of the @jeanniegrigio song "Kill Screen".Full song:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QzK-fn9NaCEDesus and Mero interview:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qIySrCHBNyw&t=334sOn What's Perfect Really? Podcast: BFF's since elementary school, DW and Liam, talk about transformative moments in music and the cultural impact those moments had on their lives and their world. Their mission is to bring to light the perfect moments in music they think deserve a little more appreciation. Follow them on IG @whatsperfectreallypodcast. If you want DW & Liam to discuss a moment in music you think is perfect. Drop a line explaining why YOU think your moment in music is worth discussing at: firstname.lastname@example.org
This poetic polymath was born in Cape Town, South Africa. The daughter of jazz musicians Sathima Bea Benjamin and Abdullah Ibrahim, she was raised in New York City and studied vocal performance at Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School. Jean was destined to be an entertainer from her earliest days dancing with the Alvin Ailey Dance Company. She is a versatile writer, musician, director, producer, actor, and lightning rod lyricist who enjoys expression in all mediums. Jean put rap music behind her in 2018, but has since self-released her music through her website and Bandcamp. Her latest album, Everything’s Fine, was a collaboration with partner Quelle Chris, with cameos from Hannibal Buress, Nick Offerman, Michael Che, and John Hodgman. Jean developed an online sitcom, wrote an audiobook, and created the non-denominational ministry called the Church of the Infinite You as a way of connecting and motivating people who don’t do church. In this episode, she reminds young artists of the importance of getting yourself a good lawyer, and we discuss the power of the “F” word. If you haven’t figured it out, Jean is a creative force; if she can dream it, she can deliver it. (Photo Credit: Mindy Tucker)
FULL EPISODE WITH ENTIRE SONGS AVAILABLE ON SPOTIFY PREMIUM. Episode five of Broken Buttons pays tribute to two artists who have consistently released excellent material for over two decades and they're both still going strong. "Side A" features Eleni Mandell, a Los Angeles singer-sonwriter with smoky Chrissie Hynde vocals and a Tom Waits and P.J. Harvey influenced flair for experimentation and genre-shifting. For fans of Tom Waits, P.J. Harvey, Chuck E. Weiss, Sam Phillips, Inara George, X, Lucinda Williams. "Side B" highlights the career of Jean Grae, one of the best and most gifted emcees ever, as well as a true polymath and all-around super hero when it comes to writing, directing, producing and comedy-ing. For fans of Mr. Lif, Talib Kweli, Queen Latifah, 9th Wonder, Mr. Len, Quelle Chris, Lupe Fiasco. Check out links, photos and videos at brokenbuttons.com. Listen on Spotify Premium or Mixcloud to hear full songs, otherwise short clips are played for educational purposes. @brokenbuttons0 on Twitter and Instagram.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dennis-proctor/message
Mix Era Rap Episode #25 Spotlight Jean Grae , ENNY, 2021 Highlights
The Mix Era Rap Podcast
In This Episode We Spotlight The Great Jean Grae We have a New Artist Review of ENNY "Same Old" The conversation gets POPPIN when we discuss our Highlights for 2021 So Far We Don't Own The Rights To of the Music
Method Man chats with artist and polymath, Jean Grae about her earliest comic book memories, growing up in Manhattan during the 70s, and their regret in choosing a name based on Jean Grey from the X-Men, instead of her true hero, Deadpool.
Day or Night, It's About To Be A What? Girl Fight! This week, Josh and Tracy give you all things beefs, feuds, and squabbles. They explore one of the most formative feuds of their youth — Brandy vs. Monica — and get into where they were when one of the most shocking diss tracks of our time dropped (hint: it involves a pink diamond chicken wing chain). Then, rapper and talented multi-hyphenate Jean Grae joins to share why she thinks beefs are so essential to the world of hip hop.Additional Material By: GOOD Music / Def Jam Recordings, Island Records, ViacomCBS, Bravo/NBC, True Entertainment/Bravo/NBC, ABC, True Entertainment/Bravo/NBC, Vibe Magazine/Eldridge Industries, Bungalow Records/Universal, 20th Century Fox/Disney, TMZ/Warner Bros, ViacomCBS, True Entertainment/Bravo/NBC, ViacomCBS Domestic Media Networks, GOOD Music/Terrance Levarr Thornton, Atlantic Records, Epic Records / Columbia Records, PMRC, VladTV, Harpo Productions/Discovery Inc, NBC Universal News, Empire Distribution, A Band Apart / Miramax Films, Jean Grae, CW/Warner Bros., Dreamville Records/Universal Music Group, NONAME, BET HER/ViacomCBS.Production Music courtesy of www.epidemicsound.com. For transcriptions, please visit our website at https://pineapple.fm/back-issue. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Tru Thoughts Presents Unfold 01.11.20 with Jean Grae, Tiawa, Sault
Tru Thoughts presents Unfold
Hip Hop from Jean Grae and Che' Noir. Broken Beat from WheelUp, Moses Boyd feat. Poppy Ajudha, Domu, Contours & Yadava. An Afrobeat remix of the Soul II Soul anthem. Soul from Outside and Madison McFerrin. Kenny Dope remixes Sun Palace on BBE. A classic from St Germain. The wonderfully hypnotic track by Huw Mar Bennett. Plus plenty more musical treats.
On this week’s episode of the Rap Thought Podcast, we touch on Jean Grae’s “This Week”. She is not another mainstream female artist only talking about WAP and selling sex. Aside from some filler here and there, we left considering her an underrated artist that isn’t talked about enough. High energy, bars and flow that could keep up with most of the people out there, is that not enough to contend with the other high profile artists? What is this X-Men inspired artist about? If you haven’t heard of her, do as you may and check her before pressing play, or gather some (rap) thoughts from us and do it after. Check all that and more “this week”.Check out more here!Apple PodcastSpotifyInstagramTwitter______________________________________________________Music by: BlueysportInstagram: blueysport