By Alexis Simpson
I can’t stop listening to the Jamaican Queens. I listen to their new song “Water” at least 15-20 twenty times a day. March 5th is the release of their new album Wormfood, and I’m upset I can’t get ahold of this album much sooner. Even thought I’m still trying to better understand what the heck “trap-pop” is, I feel a little bit cooler every time I listen to this group. Their sound represents the gritty Detroit crazy-cool vibe that publications like Time Magazine and The New York Times like to write about.
Check out photos from their performance with Tunde Olaniran and Big Freedia at The Crofoot in Pontiac, MI.
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What is it? @brunopostigo ??
I fell asleep at 930, and now I'm sorta awake. Now what?