With their latest collaboration, “Deep End,” produced by Jesse Shirts, Jessie G, and Atticus Thatcher, team up in some masterfully sung unison vocals that span an octave in an addictive fashion and lead us seductively toward an ambient climax.
Jessie G. says: Jessie has been one of the faces of Spartanburg’s rap music rebirth as one of the creators of Dirty-Burg-Entertainment (D.B.E.) in Spartanburg, SC. His collection has been everywhere in the Upstate for several years, from radio to television to festival appearances to national act show openers.
He eventually found his way to Atlanta, where the list continues. He enrolled in the Atlanta Institute of Music and Media (AIMM) in 2013 and graduated from their Recording Program in 2014. He is currently based in South Carolina, where he maintains his artistry and works as the Chief Recording Engineer for Speak Life Studio, a well-known recording studio in the Upstate.
“Deep End” shows the melodic and rhythmic aspect of the artist’s performing style and inventiveness in a seamless and contemporary manner, starting with a relaxed yet intentional Alternative hip hop style and structure. While many parts blend well with today’s sound, there is also a lot that feels clearly new – especially as the song progresses.
The song is full of color and numerous levels of hip-hop brightness. Still, it also unmistakably marches to the beat of its own drum, combining catchy, appealing Alternative melodies with an unusual, attention-grabbing premise and rap-like phrases for added dynamically. As a result, you’ll be able to listen to something that is wonderfully engaging, refreshing, and irresistible.
From time to time, the hip hop and alternative sectors seek something a little different. From the beginning, this music exudes confidence and style. To get the whole experience, turn up the volume.