Jesse Abraham & PremRock - Live at Southpaw

Posted 4 years ago

Big Apple underground rhymesayers Jesse Abraham and PremRock have come together with The DJBooth to bring us their new, joint release, Live at Southpaw.

Recorded on August 25, 2011, when the artists were opening for East Coast phenom Skyzoo at B.K. venue Southpaw, days before Prem took off on his second European tour and shortly after Abraham was crowned Lyricist of the Year by the Underground Music Awards, the project features 12 tracks' worth of live material from the buzzmaking emcees. Included are renditions of previously-featured favorites "Spiderman on Vitamins," "Yoga" and "Diary of a Dreamer."

Willie Green makes the sole guest appearance on the live project, which was recorded by Noisemaker Media and mixed/mastered by Alejandro "Sosa" Tello, Jr.

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