If you’ve never seen JMSN live, you’ve got to get it together and make it happen ASAP! It was only a few months ago when he & his band made their way down to Miami where I was finally able to catch their show and see what all the fuss was about for myself. After the third song, I was blown away. No seriously, blown-ah-way. I loved the performance so much that one of the first things I said to him once he concluded his set was that he needed to release his songs recorded live. It’s not everyday that I’m in awe from a performance.
Well, JMSN (pronounced Jameson) and his band recently took a day in their home city to invade The Red Bull Studios Los Angeles and showcased the depth and dimension of their live show. Today, they bless us with what I’ve been waiting for, a free 6-track live EP highlighting hits such as Jameson, Alone, Do U Remember The Time, and more from the debut album †Priscilla†.
Along with the EP, JMSN releases a visual of them recording “Let U Go.” JMSN is currently on a North American tour in support of indie rock darlings Sir Sly and will join up with The Neighbourhood on tour for a string of dates in July. Visit www.iamjmsn.com to purchase tickets.
Stream/Download the EP after the jump and check out the live clip!
This hypnotizing track comes courtesy of Montreal-based producer Kaytranada’s upcoming EP, Kaytra Todo, dropping February 25 featuring the perpetually slightly anguished vocals of JMSN. The minimalistic beat seems like it was crafted exactly for JMSN and his brand of music. I am beyond ready to hear what Kaytranada will be blessing society with on the 25th but until then I strongly urge you to listen to the music below because this track isn’t simply meant to be heard, it’s an experience.
JMSN caught up with the folks over at Knocksteady and delivered live performances of “Jameson,” “Alone” and “Do U Remember The Time” off †Priscilla† backed by his band. In the podcast below, JMSN shares some words of wisdom, talks about his vibe, and explains how he became affiliated with the boys of TDE. I had personally been wondering that myself. Get familiar and press play down below.
The wait is over. The first single from Ab-Soul and JMSN’s upcoming collaborative album, Unit 6 – dropping later this year – is finally here. “You’re Gone” is an uptempo track from the two, sounding different from what each of them have done before. Thoughts?
We have been graced with the video for Ta-ku and JMSN’s seductive collaboration “Make It Last” off Australian-based producer Ta-Ku’s Make It Last EP dropping tomorrow via LFTF. Personally, I’m a recent JMSN convert; I haven’t felt this strongly about an artist since the days of Drizzy’s come up so you’d be doing yourself a disservice not to check out the visual above.
PREVIOUS: JMSN – Make It Last (Prod. By Ta-Ku)
As we wait for the final product to arrive from JMSN x Ab-Soul sometime in February, here is a new joint to hold us over till then. This track lives on Perth, Australia-based producer Ta-Ku’s upcoming Make It Last EP.
The news of TDE’s secret weapon Ab-Soul & singer/producer JMSN working on a collab project is nothing new. The two have been teasing us with tweets, instagram posts, and little to no facts during interviews for the past few weeks but had said no word of when fans could have it playing through their speakers. The two even gave us a teaser this past August with “Nibiru” which was more than enjoyed by listeners. Well, after coming in at #38 on Complex Magazine’s ’50 Most Anticipated Albums of 2013′ list, JMSN took to his Facebook to say that February is the month we can expect ‘Unit 6′ to arise. No word on whether it’ll be a free download or for sale on iTunes, but having to know what JMSN is capable of after his debut project Priscilla as well as contribution to ‘good kid, m.A.A.d city,’ alongside Soulo’s potent and mind-twisting rhymes, this will for sure be a top notch project…
The good people at Complex Magazine have premiered the latest JMSN video off Priscilla for “Fallin’”. The last supper-inspired visuals are accompanied by vivid colours and trippy imagery. With that said, JMSN has gracefully provided a video explanation which can be read on his blog.