Jabee – Black Future


Check out the newly dropped Black Future LP (HERE) from Oklahoma City rhymesayer Jabee who drops a myriad of politically and culturally steeped, hard margin rhymes for the populace. Album standouts include the Chuck D. assisted “Monument”; an outspoken, staccato-string laced gem called “By Any Means”; a bluesy yet snapping soldier march called “Noose”; a mystifying vent & unload session called “On My Mamma” (featuring Hannibal King); a lucid diary entry set to a soulful backdrop titled “S.4.M.N.”; and the wide landing hip hop & rock dirge “Come Up” featuring Meant2B

[su_highlight background=”#fff799″]”Emmy-award winning hip-hop artist Jabee has released his latest album. It is a hard-hitting preview into raw emotions and uncut feelings that construct his third full-length release. An in-depth look into the tremulous times in today’s society. A wake up call to the emotional tolls facing headlines and daily news updates. It’s album for now with history and ties of Oklahoma that Jabee has witnessed on a day to day basis.”[/su_highlight]







2 Responses to Jabee – Black Future

  1. In fall 2016 following touring, Jabee will be featured as an honorary professor at the Academy of Contemporary Music @UCO, teaching a course on Hip Hop studies. Jabee brought in a full band for the performance, and the producer of the show asked them to leave—”due to an oversight”.

  2. Izola Bunn says:

    When I initially commented I clicked the “Notify me when new comments are added” checkbox and now each time a comment is added I get several e-mails with the same comment. Is there any way you can remove people from that service? Bless you!

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