Ric Wilson – “Soul Bounce”

blame it on JES7 July 30, 2016

Armed with a sunny disposition, charisma, a passion for social activism and the soul of an old head, 21-year old Ric Wilson hops into action on the funkdafied 3lo-produced disco jam titled “Soul Bounce.”

Having opened for the likes of Angela Davis, Public Enemy, Noname Gypsy and more, including stirring performances at Northwestern University and The Chicago Poetry Block Party, the young artist, whom is affiliated with Ramaj Eroc is ready to enlighten the hearts and minds of music lovers everywhere, with his Soul Bounce EP due for a release later this summer.

Proudly representing the Southside of Chicago, Ric makes a first great impression with the release of the EP’s title track, which you can stream below. And just in case you’re unaware, Ric really gets down with the social activist movement:

“Ric was also one of the eight delegates chosen to travel to Geneva, Switzerland in November of 2014 to represent the We Charge Genocide coalition. The coalition successfully presented a shadow report and testified at the United Nations, charging the Chicago Police Department with genocide and torture actions on Black and brown youth within the city of Chicago; helping to create a worldwide connection that resulted in coverage all over the US and Internationally as well.”