The unmistakable flavor of R&B can be found throughout Charley Crockett’s work
Jeremy Ray Jewell
When Vermont’s Mountain Man brings us its Appalachian vocal stylings the trio is venturing into the hollers of both the Green and the Blue Ridge Mountains.
How will others in the Southern hip-hop scene react to this embrace of tradition by a Southern rapper with his feet firmly in the Gangsta Rap arena?
Lonnie Holley’s music on MITH sounds like a choir of better angels whose multi-layered voice is hard on the outside and soft on the inside, like so much Alabama clay.