Pursuing music further, he made songs early on without professional mixing or mastering that he never released. But when he heard them back, he thought they sounded well-structured. In , Brown released his first project The Negro Justice. Even with better mixing and mastering, thanks to working with Dethrage at Eastside Manor studios, Brown is still honing his craft using his previous projects as game tape. Before his recent 5 Spot show, Dethrage sent him instrumentals so that the rapper could rehearse in his car.
Chosen Family is a culmination of all of his learning, his rises and falls. Brown wants this music to help you get through your toughest moments, and feel confidence and swagger within yourself while you do. Because he knows that your support system, your chosen family, can help you get through it.
Marquis Munson : When you announced the release of this album, you mentioned how was filled with a lot of blessings in your personal life, despite the universe trying to bring pain and turmoil. You wanted to hone your craft on this record. Do you feel like this record embodies all those ups, downs, highs and lows?
Negro Justice : I really feel like this album is the culmination of all those things. There are moments on this album as I was creating it that I became so much more confident, even in my own vocal performance and delivery. I would go back and redo songs that we had recorded early on in the process. Everyday I can feel myself growing and progressing as an artist.
I felt like I was able to capture all those things. I was able to capture what was on my mind, process some trauma, and process some stuff I went through. So yeah, absolutely. MM : So growing up, who were some of your musical influences, and do you find yourself drawing inspiration to those artists now? NJ: Growing up, it was a eclectic mix. As far as hip-hop, my earliest favorite rapper I remember having was Jadakiss, and I still love his music because to this day, that dude is cold.
He was a big influence on me. Kool A. So him and Nickelus F, an artist from Richmond. Nicholas F is my favorite rapper, and Kool A. Especially with Kool A. I love how effortless he sounds when he raps. I try to do that in my raps, as far as the delivery and things like that. MM: So you mentioned coming up and rapping with your friends.
How did the collective Six One Tribe all come together? Aaron Dethrage: A few years ago, I started looking around at the Nashville hip-hop scene and trying to figure out ways that I could fit in. So it kind of killed the momentum of doing something really in the moment. And it was weird to go back and look at it, because we realized that quarantine really gave us an opportunity to bond and form something a lot deeper than that.
Nashville historically has not been particularly good to hip-hop artists, in terms of opening doors for them and giving them opportunities to have studio time and the same professional resources that are available to everybody else. To give people a place where they can come and make a record, like we did with Chris, and really explore their full potential. AD: I want to definitely take any opportunity I can. I have WNXP coasters sitting on our table in the studio, so that anytime people come in, I get to talk to them about it.
But hearing WNXP for the first time was huge for me. I heard Mike Floss that same weekend. I was just driving around my city for the first time, feeling like I could turn on the radio and hear what I wanted. And people were looking for people in the city that were doing that for the first time. That was huge for me, because four or five years ago, when I was first trying to tap into the hip-hop scene here, none of that was happening. But what I noticed was there are a lot of music genres represented in Nashville.
But I feel like they get really compartmentalized. But when I would go to punk rock shows, it was usually, like, one type of person in the crowd or a few different types of people. And then one of the other bands that was there from Knoxville needed someone to join their bill because they had someone drop off.
They asked me and Aaron if we wanted to come up there to Knoxville and rap just on a whim. The next day was the show in Knoxville. We did it, and we go up there to play for all these punk rock fans, and they loved it because they loved hip-hop. All they knew was the other act fell off the bill and they filled it with somebody.
AD: I feel like the internet is breaking down a lot of those barriers. For the first time, people are able to see a lot of the commonalities between things that used to feel really different when we were growing up. Chris talks about punk rock; when I was in high school, that was the thing that I was into. People are able to appreciate both a little more. Was that by design, not only put a focus on yourself, but your chosen family with artists throughout the city?
NJ: So the chosen family is a lot of different layers. I knew I wanted that element on my album and I wanted different voices. Obviously, my voice would be the thing united to carry it through, but I wanted a lot of different voices represented. As the idea started to form, that came to my head as an album title: you choose your own family.
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