New album Zero Gravity by Jade River & Deeskee

2017-04-01 00:35:31 UTC

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Both Jade River and Deeskee have done a lot musically over the years, but they seem to be just getting started with...Zero Gravity. Jade River has had a busy couple of years releasing projects with Ariano, 2mex, Philieano, and his long-time friend and collaborator, Deeskee. Deeskee, known for founding LA2thebay, has released several albums and worked with underground crews like the Visionaries, The Shape Shifters, and Living Legends. His hip-hop style is about touching the abstract and experimental scene. Jade River, returning from the release of his single, "Wrong Side," delivers his fine-tuned production with Deeskee's roots in the LA scene. The process of this album results in a true blend of styles. Deeskee's live and sequenced arrangements allow Jade River to stand out with his bass-heavy, drum knocking presence. The album weaves in-between solo tracks where they both show off their own methods. Mixing the solo efforts with collaborative songs makes the project feel connected and unique. Listen to the styles of Jade River and Deeskee powerfully collide on Zero Gravity

Track List

  • Jade River & Deeskee - Bridges
  • Jade River & Deeskee - Upward Spiral
  • Jade River & Deeskee - Something Different featuring Myka 9
  • Jade River & Deeskee - Lady Luck
  • Jade River & Deeskee - Divided By 6
  • Jade River & Deeskee - Wrong Side featuring Destruct
  • Jade River & Deeskee - Transmutation
  • Jade River & Deeskee - Solstice
  • Jade River & Deeskee - Beauty and Awake featuring Sach illpages
  • Jade River & Deeskee - Parts of Pieces



Genre : hip-hop, rap

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