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Raw Money Raps by Jeremiah Jae

Album

Raw Money Raps

Jeremiah Jae

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Album

Raw Money Raps

Jeremiah Jae

Play on Napster
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Label: Brainfeeder
This L.A. rapper's sound is diffuse, often communicated in whispers and buried beneath vinyl record hiss. In fact, he's less of a conventional rapper than a vocalist who rhymes and sings plaintively over his beats (as well as a few contributions from Flying Lotus). It's an enigmatic performance with shades of Madlib, Gonjasufi, and Odd Future, but it yields big payoffs. There's the staccato keyboard-funk of "Money and Food," the melancholy blues loop of "Money," and the dripping-water effects of "Seasons," where he admits, "When the seasons start to change, I find I'm out of place."

About This Album

This L.A. rapper's sound is diffuse, often communicated in whispers and buried beneath vinyl record hiss. In fact, he's less of a conventional rapper than a vocalist who rhymes and sings plaintively over his beats (as well as a few contributions from Flying Lotus). It's an enigmatic performance with shades of Madlib, Gonjasufi, and Odd Future, but it yields big payoffs. There's the staccato keyboard-funk of "Money and Food," the melancholy blues loop of "Money," and the dripping-water effects of "Seasons," where he admits, "When the seasons start to change, I find I'm out of place."

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About This Album

This L.A. rapper's sound is diffuse, often communicated in whispers and buried beneath vinyl record hiss. In fact, he's less of a conventional rapper than a vocalist who rhymes and sings plaintively over his beats (as well as a few contributions from Flying Lotus). It's an enigmatic performance with shades of Madlib, Gonjasufi, and Odd Future, but it yields big payoffs. There's the staccato keyboard-funk of "Money and Food," the melancholy blues loop of "Money," and the dripping-water effects of "Seasons," where he admits, "When the seasons start to change, I find I'm out of place."