Jesse Abraham - I Am Water

Production: !llmind, K.O. Beatz, Paul White, Spills, Steel Tipped Dove, Tommy White

Lead Single: Back Off



On the one year anniversary of its release, underground emcee Jesse Abraham has come together with The DJBooth to re-release his 2013 album, I Am Water, as a limited-time free download.

Recorded at Queens, N.Y.'s Ampliphonic Studios and mixed/mastered by Alejandro "Sosa" Tello, Jr., the project features 14 tracks' worth of original material from the Brooklyn representative. Included are previously-featured singles "Back Off," "You're Not a Ghost Anymore" and "Parallels."

Joining Abraham on the guest tip throughout I Am Water are Chino XL, Emilio Rojas, and Nitty Scott, MC. Beats come courtesy of !llmind, K.O. Beatz, Paul White, Spills, Steel Tipped Dove and Tommy White.

Fans can also check out Jesse Abraham's previous albums: Jesse Abraham & PremRock - Live at SouthpawJesse Abraham - One DayJesse Abraham - Bars & NoBull

Written by on Jan 29, 2014

Submit your Rating


Related Songs & Features

Jesse Abraham ft. Chino XL - I’ve Tried Artwork
Featuring: Chino XL
Album: I Am Water
Is your slow Internet driving you crazy? Mad that you don’t have the new iPhone? If you think you’re having a rough day, just imagine not having any clean drinking water. Yeah, that’s what I... More
Posted 2 years ago
Jesse Abraham
Album: I Am Water
Brooklyn rhymesayer Jesse Abraham claimed to have written his last feature, unreleased joint Not Enough Warriors, in his sleep, and the record’s dreamlike atmosphere made the claim almost... More
Posted 2 years ago
Jesse Abraham ft. Emilio Rojas & TreZure Empire - Parallels Artwork
Featuring: Emilio Rojas
Album: I Am Water
Fresh off kicking off promotion for his next street album with defiant lead effort Back Off, Jesse Abraham returns to draw some Parallels on the second single off the set. Here, the Big Apple... More
Posted 2 years ago
Jesse Abraham - Back Off Artwork
Album: I Am Water
Got something to say about Jesse Abraham? Here’s an idea: Back Off. On the lead single off his next street album, the Brooklyn mic-murderer lets amateur and professional critics know exactly how... More
Posted about 3 years ago
Sample Text - Sample Link


blog comments powered by Disqus