New feature on Detroit rapper ZotheJerk & his album "Black Beach" produced by Frost Gamble published in UK online "British Hip Hop"
Last week, Edinburgh based journalist Peter Johnstone chopped it up with Detroit rapper ZotheJerk ahead of the release of his new album "Black Beach" on May 26th.
Produced by Winnipeg based producer Frost Gamble, originally from NY State, it also features Sadat-X, Boldy James, Guilty Simpson, KXNG Crooked, Young Bleed, Tone Chop & more.
The resultant feature published by long running UK online "British Hip Hop" begins with a summary review of the album, noting its themes of relating the current experience of "black America" through skilled lyricism and storytelling, while in one of the stand out tracks "Keep Me Safe" representing the importance of providing strong paternal role models for the next generation.
The article finishes with a one to one interview where Zo touches upon his past, the main messages of the new album, working with Frost Gamble and progression from the underground scene.
READ THE FEATURE IN FULL HERE
The album will be releasing through 22 Entertainment and is available to pre-order on iTunes now - check it out HERE
The first single to be released on March 8th - and available from iTunes - was "Risk vs Reward" featuring Brand Nubian's Sadat-X. A neckbreaker for the hip hop heads, take a listen to the audio stream
Zo and Frost are currently conducting interviews with media in the US, UK and Europe and are set to release their new video for the bonus cut "Axe Somebody" this Friday, April 7th. It's got that true school essence with a big funky banger of a drum loop, so look out for that !
Meanwhile keep up to date with their news on social media, via twitter @TheJerk Nation & @FrostGamble, on IG @ZotheJerk & @Frost.Gamble and on their joint Facebook Page
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