Spree Wilson is not your average artist. He cannot be defined or categorized, he cannot lazily be compared to others before him, and his music follows the age old quality over quantity methodology. It is for all of these reasons, and many more that won't be mentioned for the sake of space and time, that DJBooth readers began to fall in love with the Atlanta native in the spring of 2011, when Wilson released his Booth-hosted The Never Ending Now project. Now, roughly two years later (and removed from an awkward record deal with RCA), Wilson and production team The Flush have come together to release Life In Technicolor EP, Vol. 1.
Included on the funky, eclectic six-track set are previously-featured single selections "Right One | Wrong Time" and "All I Need." Guest spots are limited to Big K.R.I.T and Go Dreamer.
Written by DJ Z on May 02, 2013
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"I Am ft. Talib Kweli & Spree Wilson" (2008)
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