Two more reviews of the new album “Black Beach” by Detroit rapper ZotheJerk and east coast producer Frost Gamble have just been published, this time from onlines based on either side of the Atlantic.
First up is The Dynamic JAB’s assessment for US online OK-Tho Magazine where he selects several of the album’s tracks for special attention, providing a breakdown of their themes which are often political in nature with a broader social commentary running throughout.
Summarizing with “It was great to hear and cover a Frost Gamble project again, while being introduced to Zo for the first time. Quality project, good for Hip-Hop.” the review can be read in full HERE
The next appraisal is by the UK’s Stuart Sharpe, editor of “Sharpe’s Reviews”. The article provides a more overall view of the nature of the release, subject matter, delivery style and approach to production.
With a final analysis “this is a very enjoyable album with some poignant messages as well as some more entertaining songs that will appeal to a wide audience.” you can read their review in full HERE
Featuring KXNG Crooked, Boldy James, Sadat X, Tone Chop, Young Bleed and Guilty Simpson, “Black Beach” released on Friday May 26th through 22 Entertainment and is available to buy on iTunes, Amazon and Spotify, with the special Deluxe edition available on Bandcamp
Hear the full album stream on Soundcloud
Look out for a lyric video for the track “Keep Me Safe” being launched next week together with further media coverage of “Black Beach” in the weeks ahead.
All international media, press and radio station enquiries regarding ZotheJerk, Frost Gamble and their album “Black Beach” can be sent to us at UrbanElite PR. All our contact information is available HERE