If you’re familiar with Detroit singer/songwriter/producer JMSN‘s hypnotizing †Priscilla† cut Somewhere then you’re probably wondering how in the world three very different emcees were able to work their way onto a remixed version of the song. Yes, Somewhere is far from your typical hip-hop record but Gilbere Forte, ANTHM and Deniro Farrar all seem to miraculously make their contributions work on Somewhere (JMSN Remix). Charlotte, NC native Farrar is a bit of a standout on the record as he effortlessly takes on the eerie vibe of the song with his intimidatingly dark vocals. Like the original version JMSN’s haunting hook is still present on Somewhere (JMSN Remix) as is his mesmerizing, trance-like production. Somewhere (JMSN Remix) is not attached to any project, but the original version of the single can be found on JMSN’s outstanding debut album †Priscilla†, which is available on iTunes.
Written by Danielle H. on 08/9/12
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