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Topaz Jones // Don't Go Tellin' Your Momma LP

Topaz Jones // Don't Go Tellin' Your Momma LP

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This is a record released in 2022 by American New Jersey rapper Topaz Jones.

Contains 13 jazzy and mellow hip-hop to R&B songs.

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12 "black vinyl.

tracklist:

A1 Mirror 2:10
A2 D. I. A. L. 3:47
A3 Herring 2:44
A4 Black Tame 4:12
A5 Baba 3:14
A6 Amphetamines 2:46
B1 Sourbelts 2:41
B2 D.O.A. 1:34
B3 Who? 3:31
B4                   Gold 4:23
B5 Rich 2:33
B6                 Blue 2:25
B7                 Buggin’ 3:11

Text via Fat Beats (distribution):

"Topaz Jones is a rapper, producer, and filmmaker from Montclair, NJ. Rooted in an independent ethic, Jones' oeuvre moves to document and preserve the intimacy and intricacies of Black life. His music builds from a deep investment in community, concerning itself with all measures of time at once; his vantage effortlessly weaves through the (sur)real with generous detail and the sensitivity of one who's lived many times before. It's hip-hop for now, as informed by the depths of tradition - funk, soul, jazz - and a grand imagination for what's to come.

To experience Topaz Jones is to be celebrated with unseen flavors of a collective familiar performer both decorated and versatile, Topaz Jones is a trailblazer across medium and genre. He shapeshifts with ease, rendering no stage or space unfit for his presence. He's shared stages with Future, David Bryne, The Roots, and Moses Sumney, and been featured at Bonnaroo, Wireless Festival, and Rolling Loud.

Jones' music has amassed over 50 million streams, earning features in the likes of Vogue, Rolling Stone, The New York Times, Pitchfork, The FADER, and Okayplayer. In 2021, Jones released his critically-acclaimed second album Don't Go Tellin ' Your Momma. The album's accompanying short film, a collaboration with directorial duo rubberband., received a Short Film Jury Award at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival, and was acquired by The New York Times Op-Docs."

Artist: Topaz Jones

Label: New Funk Academy

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This is a record released in 2022 by American New Jersey rapper Topaz Jones.

Contains 13 jazzy and mellow hip-hop to R&B songs.

------------------------------------------

12 "black vinyl.

tracklist:

A1 Mirror 2:10
A2 D. I. A. L. 3:47
A3 Herring 2:44
A4 Black Tame 4:12
A5 Baba 3:14
A6 Amphetamines 2:46
B1 Sourbelts 2:41
B2 D.O.A. 1:34
B3 Who? 3:31
B4                   Gold 4:23
B5 Rich 2:33
B6                 Blue 2:25
B7                 Buggin’ 3:11

Text via Fat Beats (distribution):

"Topaz Jones is a rapper, producer, and filmmaker from Montclair, NJ. Rooted in an independent ethic, Jones' oeuvre moves to document and preserve the intimacy and intricacies of Black life. His music builds from a deep investment in community, concerning itself with all measures of time at once; his vantage effortlessly weaves through the (sur)real with generous detail and the sensitivity of one who's lived many times before. It's hip-hop for now, as informed by the depths of tradition - funk, soul, jazz - and a grand imagination for what's to come.

To experience Topaz Jones is to be celebrated with unseen flavors of a collective familiar performer both decorated and versatile, Topaz Jones is a trailblazer across medium and genre. He shapeshifts with ease, rendering no stage or space unfit for his presence. He's shared stages with Future, David Bryne, The Roots, and Moses Sumney, and been featured at Bonnaroo, Wireless Festival, and Rolling Loud.

Jones' music has amassed over 50 million streams, earning features in the likes of Vogue, Rolling Stone, The New York Times, Pitchfork, The FADER, and Okayplayer. In 2021, Jones released his critically-acclaimed second album Don't Go Tellin ' Your Momma. The album's accompanying short film, a collaboration with directorial duo rubberband., received a Short Film Jury Award at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival, and was acquired by The New York Times Op-Docs."

Artist: Topaz Jones

Label: New Funk Academy