|Georgia Anne Muldrow is a seeker and truth-teller. Born in Los Angeles to acclaimed jazz guitarist Ronald Muldrow and singer Rickie Byars-Beckwith, singer/songwriter/producer Georgia Anne Muldrow exudes the music that runs in her blood. She uses it as a vessel to inspire hope and propel people towards a better future.|
Georgia has worked with the likes of Erykah Badu, Robert Glasper, Mos Def, Bilal, Wajeed, Sa-Ra and many other independent acts. With many musical influences and Alice Coltrane as her spiritual mentor, Georgia's art is unique, yet belongs to a storied lineage. Listening to her music, you can hear the echoes of past oracles: Billie Holiday, Lauryn Hill, among others. Also noted for her unorthodox, indefinable, sample-free original production, Georgia has built a repertoire as one of today's leading producers.
The words on her first rap album -- produced entirely by Chris Keys -- balance a beautiful delivery with brutal honesty. These are the honest confessions of a mother who refuses to turn a blind eye to immediate and ancestral misdeeds. Her rhymes are conscious, but more importantly, they speak to our deeper conscience.
From the album's inception, we find her analyzing the patterns of her life in the constellations, rambling down dusty trails, pledging to jot down these crystalline thoughts in her mind as a north star for the misguided youth. She holds her head high, not in the vein of superiority, but as someone who ''used to roam wild on a one-way street.''
The beats are dusty and suffused with warmth so overwhelming it practically radiates Vitamin D. The gritty drums and hypnotic loops are minimal enough to let Muldrow's mineral-rich voice fill in the gaps. Muldrow uses music as a vessel to inspire hope and propel people towards a better future. Beyond identifying worldly inequities, this record details one woman's quest to improve things for herself, her children, and everyone else. It's about finding universal truths, while staying true to one's essence-transcending the hate and slowly starting to heal.