London’s LOUIS VI taps Mick Jenkins for new cut ‘Jazz Got Me’
London newcomer Louis VI is on a roll. After dropping his warm-up number Free Your Mind, the multifaceted talent is back with some assistance on his new number Jazz Got Me. The fast-paced, Jazz laced track features wordsmith Mick Jenkins
who adds his hard-hitting Chicago sound to the single.
The sax-led backing first leads us to Louis, who uses his first verse to get straight to the point and talk about wokeness and the government.
“You know we made full of atoms // Don’t let you government try and snatch ’em”
He warns as we reach the chorus. Mick takes the mic several verses later and talks gaining assets and activism throughout his time on the track.
“How you coping with the madness? // How you speaking to the masses? // All I see are matchstick men”
Mick is all the way real in his perceptions of the world, and challenges the listener’s view of life. The number is the perfect fusion of Jazz in contemporary music. The soundscape is fast and intriguing enough to appeal to the new-age listener while still leaning on the foundations of the genre as a whole.
Listen to the unique Jazz Got Me collaboration below:
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