Jeremiah Jae's work is rooted in a sense of place.
Re-visiting the regionalised nature of the 90s hip hop scene, the rapper seems to determined to develop his own style - with a Chicago accent.
New Warp Records aligned mixtape 'Good Times' is named in honour of a 70s sit com set in the Chicago projects. There's a supple, caramel soft feel to the beats, sitting underneath Jeremiah Jae's relaxed flow.
Yet his message hits hard. 'The Heat' has been handed visual treatment by film crew Ounce. and it pits the rapper against the landscape which made him.
Check it out now.
Jeremiah Jae will headline Warp Records Chicago party this Sunday (July 20th) at Primary Nightclub. Can't make it? Work on his debut album for Warp Records is ongoing.