Our fellow New Jerusalem Native Physical Graffiti dropped her newest visual for the title track off her recent release The Funky Hudson One. In true fashion she rhymes in kerosene over a King Who beat. The warped boom bap cadence coupled with deleted horns, deft tones and base – good ass hip hop BASE is a perfect match to her laid back ode to New Jeru.
The video entails a collection of footage over her career. A retrospective of sorts with performances, moments she’s captured with her Sessions at the PM family, and many other New Jersey creatives. (Yes 7triiibes we see you!) A great indication of what she can do but make no assumption she makes it a point to surprise her-self as well as the listeners. The Funky Hudson One is a tape Dedicated to New Jersey and the record she has always wanted to make. The Sessions at the PM collective alongside Physical Graffiti have strong held the vinyl culture and Hip Hop aesthetics and this EP is a great representation of that. To make it all the more nostalgically appeasing The Funky Hudson One is available on vinyl (yes vinyl uffff) via the Sessions at the PM with one of a kind handmade artwork for each one.
Support – Listen – Take in great music – Your ears will thank you.
Head over to The Sessions at the PM to purchase THE FUNKY HUDSON ONE and peep Physical Graffiti’s new visuals for the title track below:
Production On the Album: by King Who , Kuchenmann, Vertiqua, Kiza Beats, & DJ Sever
Executive Produced by Henry Quester
New Jeru; New Jerusalem – How one refers to New Jersey please refer to the Fugeess for more details (lol)