By Jack Barnes
After seventeen years behind the scenes, Justin White finally unleashes his scathing debut, “Impromptu.” Described as a public service announcement to hip hop and American society as a whole, White details the deterioration of his mental state parallel to the current decline of human decency using intricate rhyme schemes, crafty wordplay, and unforgiving metaphors over a soundtrack of stellar production. Enjoy this audio stream below after the jump.
Entirely self-produced, recorded, mixed, and mastered, “Impromptu” exudes originality. In stark contrast to its title, “Impromptu” is a solid, well-planned album with no filler material – a feat that evades the majority of hip hop artists in today’s industry. “Impromptu,” the debut album from West Virginia’s Justin White, featuring Slaughterhouse’s KXNG Crooked and movie icon, Tony Todd, is available to stream, purchase, or download on most digital media outlets on Friday, January 13th, 2017!
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About Justin White:
Born and raised in West Virginia, one may mistakenly believe that recording artist Justin White would have no roots in hip hop; this assumption could not be further from the truth. A child of the 80s, White credits the late great Tupac Shakur, The Eagles, Prince, Willie Nelson, Rakim, and James Darren as his musical influences and sources of inspiration. A singer/songwriter and self-taught musician, White plays a multitude of live instruments in addition to demonstrating his uncanny penmanship.
In 2000, White moved to San Diego, California, and briefly signed a record deal with the now defunct Ironclad Records, associating with acts like Suga Free, 40 Glocc, and Tha LowLifes. In 2005, White lived in New Orleans, Louisiana, for a short period of time until Hurricanes Katrina and Rita decimated the area, forcing him to relocate back to his home state of West Virginia.
Since then, Justin White has worked with artists such as: KXNG Crooked (f/k/a Crooked I) of Shady Record’s Slaughterhouse, TQ, Slip Capone, Jonny Craig (lead singer of Slaves; formerly of Dance Gavin Dance and Emarosa), and Kola (formerly of Doggy’s Angels and Ladies of Beach City).
A genre-bending artist with neither fear nor filter, White’s debut Hip Hop album, “Impromptu,” is available to stream, purchase, or download on most digital media outlets on Friday, January 13th, 2017!
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