We’ve introduced our readers to tens of artists from the DMV, but Rickie Jacobs has never before been featured in the Booth. That ends today. The Baltimore native, who released two full-length projects (Air Jacobs and Air Jacobs: Reloaded) last year, begins his newest campaign with the first offering from his forthcoming project, Die Brilliant. The Clay Hillman-produced Malcolm X, which features a guest appearance from fellow B’More emcee Artic, acts as a taste of whats to come. Check back with the Booth for emerging details on Mr. Jacobs.
Written by DJ Z on 04/6/11
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