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Seeds by Georgia Anne Muldrow

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Label: Someothaship
Despite well-connected admirers like Erykah Badu and Mos Def, L.A. artist Georgia Anne Muldrow continues to walk her own path. While her self-produced work can often be too quirky and low-fi, Seeds strikes an excellent compromise, as producer Madlib bangs out simple yet evocative soul loops that help structure her songs. Lyrically, Muldrow floats over a range of topics, from paying homage to her father on "Wind" and Buddhism on "Kali Yuga" to decrying political wars overseas on "Best Love," that easily surpasses anything heard in the sex-obsessed world of commercial R&B.

About This Album

Despite well-connected admirers like Erykah Badu and Mos Def, L.A. artist Georgia Anne Muldrow continues to walk her own path. While her self-produced work can often be too quirky and low-fi, Seeds strikes an excellent compromise, as producer Madlib bangs out simple yet evocative soul loops that help structure her songs. Lyrically, Muldrow floats over a range of topics, from paying homage to her father on "Wind" and Buddhism on "Kali Yuga" to decrying political wars overseas on "Best Love," that easily surpasses anything heard in the sex-obsessed world of commercial R&B.

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About This Album

Despite well-connected admirers like Erykah Badu and Mos Def, L.A. artist Georgia Anne Muldrow continues to walk her own path. While her self-produced work can often be too quirky and low-fi, Seeds strikes an excellent compromise, as producer Madlib bangs out simple yet evocative soul loops that help structure her songs. Lyrically, Muldrow floats over a range of topics, from paying homage to her father on "Wind" and Buddhism on "Kali Yuga" to decrying political wars overseas on "Best Love," that easily surpasses anything heard in the sex-obsessed world of commercial R&B.