Monday, July 14, 2008

Rhythmic Artist of Month


IM BACK!....and for July's artist of the month I wanted to come back in a BIG WAY, so i present to you the dynamic duo known as Little Jackie! a group reminiscent of Groove Theory, this dup is comprised of a female singer-songwriter and a male producer that perfectly compliments one another. Heres alil 411 on the duo....


Blend the old-school R&B sound with a quirky hybrid of hip-hop and pop and you get Little Jackie, the creation of genre-defying singer-songwriter Imani Coppola and multi-instrumentalist Adam Pallin. With a nod to the soulful Motown rhythms of the past and a sneer to many of the social and cultural issues that consume the public today, Coppola has crafted an album of musical sugar and spice, filled with sweet, saccharine-tinged melodies and spicy, bold commentaries.

Now make sure you guys check out one of the songs from their debut album The Stoop, thats out NOW, entitled "Cryin for the Queen"...after you guys listen, take 1 good guess at who singer-songwriter Imani Coppala is talking about in the song...Your answer will be addressed when I upload the interview i was lucky enough to do with Imani later this week...and yes, shes as sassy over the phone as she is on the record.


Check out Little Jackie on Myspace...and while your there, its a MUST u check out "Black Barbie"


3 comments:

QH said...

I'll have to check this out if you are drawing allusions to GT. Welcome back boo. Let's get on the ball with this Supremes.-QH

Roberta said...

No wonder you're kissing this chicks ass...she actually talked to you on the phone. That "Queen" song sucked. If she's singing about Amy Wino, then she's wrong cuz Wino does have something on her, it's called "talent".

RhythmicSoul said...

oh, Roberta, u kno how to welcome me back right....

i wouldnt say im kissing her ass at all, im a fan of the music and of the album they produced...there has been many rhythmic artist of the month that i havent interviewed...hell, all of them except for now, so that throws your statement out the window....I am a big BIG Amy winehouse fan, but with that said, iam NOT amy winehouse... so listening to "Cryin For The Queen" doesnt directly effect me at all, i think its a sharp, witty and funny song that is greatly written...yea it sucks that it happens to be about one of my favorite artist...but it is what it is...