Tagged: Jesse Boykins III
Artists respecting each other’s work is an on-going cycle of real recognize real. Catch our weekly posts of new wrinkles added to original masterpieces. Today, Jesse Boykins III covers “Prototype” by Andre 3000.
Artists respecting each other’s work is an on-going cycle of real recognize real. Catch our weekly posts of new wrinkles added to original masterpieces. Today, Jesse Boykins III covers “Closer” by Corinne Bailey Rae.
From Lauryn Hill’s CD that had no beats, “Mystery of Iniquity,” JBIII puts his spin on Ms. Hill’s earthy record. The strings being the only instrument carrying the tune when she riffed into tears, Jesse … read more »
Jesse Boykins III is well-versed in the party styles of Suite903 since he played our launch last year. This new video features many things can also be seen inside our HQ: champagne bottles, girls and … read more »
Without warning, without reservation of any kind, MeLo-X has declared his new album Mustafa The GodKing: Rise of The Merch. Well, a little mention of another strong effort like Mustafa’s Renaissance was in the works, … read more »
Jesse Boykins III sat down during rehearsal in the UK to sing a little something he’s working on. As always with a voice that’s closer to a strong, sultry whisper, he sings “Explanation,” a tune … read more »
Our man Theophilus has been promising new music for awhile, so the imminent release of his new I WANT YOU mixtape (case-sensitive) has us as excited as the imminent release of Claritin 3D: Max Inhibitor. … read more »
JB3 is running the map. With a string of shows lined up between Florida (April 24th) and NYC (June 6th), you might pull a hammy trying to catch him overseas for his big show with … read more »
From left to right: Matt McMahon and Andrew Reid are The Clubhouse. There is no TV in the Victorian-style mansion where Matt McMahon and Andrew Reid live. Having television as an entertaining distraction can be … read more »
Collaborating on a Valentine’s Day themed single, SF producer Keelay (of Keelay and Zaire) brought in Bay Area groove consultants, The Park, to back up the dynamic and soulful Jesse Boykins III. The point of … read more »