The press release is clear and distinct: Mello Music is proud to announce the release of Dallas based producer Gensu Dean and nomadic (Detroit, NYC, Chicago) MC Denmark Vessey’s new full length album out tomorrow and video Whole Food and I mean if you need more, do a search yourself. But here it is, the title track for Whole Foods, make sure you watch those pricey apples. The video was nicely done by director Rodolfo Duran.
J57 is about a week away from being ready to release a free EP called Wax Aesthetic and… okay, he could probably release it right now but he wants to create a bit of momentum, make his fans wait in anticipation for what will no doubt be a very good set of new music from him. The song is called “DETLANY”, written out completely in capital letters as it represents the cities of Detroit, Los Angeles, and New York. PJ Katz produced this and brought in Tenacity and Denmark Vessey to compliment an already fine and mighty cut.
Quelle Chris did most of the things in this song: he’s the producer, he wrote it, and he is the artist. Someone who is that confident about his own works and how to execute it is okay by me, and from his forthcoming album Ghost At The Finish Line (Mello Music Group) is a little ditty he calls “Super Fuck”. It’s just one of the things you’ll find on this project. Other things involve humans, with names like The Alchemist, House Shoes, Black Milk, Guilty Simpson, and Fuzz Scoota. The accumulation of these things will be heard on October 29th.