As promised, Out Da Box TV brings you Part 2 of our truly in-depth interview with Producer/Vocalist "Georgia Anne Muldrow". In this piece, Georgia speaks on Finding Love and improving the state of the Black, Male Female Relationship. She also speaks on the benefits of her being self taught music as opposed to going through school and touches on the rewards of being able to collaborate on the "Seeds" album with Madlib. We even get a chance to see a special live performance of her Early single "Child Of The Sun" alongside her musician Mom "Rickie Byars Beckwith". It was indeed a great pleasure being able to sit with Georgia once again. I give her the utmost respect for being so honest and articulate in this interview. Please take the time to enjoy and continue to spread the word!
The DopeHouse favorites connect for a new tune.
"Nobody smiles at me cause I'm a black man... until the show starts."
Everyone has one.
Inspired by the
late great J Dilla.
Guess who's back.
They previously collaborated on "White Iverson."