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Listen to Spree Wilson "Pick You Apart"


I'm so excited for my ATL buddy Spree Wilson. He has almost finished his debut album, titled "The Beauty Of Chaos," and will be shopping it around all the majors to get a big release. Several have shown interest so let's see where he ends up.

Spree is part of a new breed of artists who are part of an exciting new generation of melody makers. It's a forward-thinking group who grew up with pop, rap and hip hop, and are inspired by some of the timeless rock music of the past. People like Janelle Monae, Novel and Chester French are part of that same crop, not limiting themselves to just one single genre in their endeavors.

Check out a demo cut from Spree's new album that shows off his upbeat, soulful side. He's an emcee who spits out rhymes like De La Soul and works the guitar like young Vernon Reid. And I love his lyrical wit with lines like, "Heartbreak stew is the dish/and you can always go for seconds if you wish." Being comfortable as the underdog, Spree's optimism is infectious. Very promising stuff.

Listen to Spree Wilson "Pick You Apart"

April 22, 2009 in Spree Wilson | Permalink


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Chester French is so bad

Posted by: dsfff at Apr 22, 2009 9:43:50 AM

Spree wilson is a talented artist ...cant wait to hear album.

Posted by: NovelFan at Apr 22, 2009 11:59:17 AM

Superb!!! That's my favorite song yet.

Posted by: John Doe at Apr 22, 2009 12:01:28 PM

Spree Wilson = inspiration. Can't wait til the world knows his name. http://tinyurl.com/cfj62d

Posted by: Rodney C. at Apr 22, 2009 12:03:10 PM

Damn! That track is slammin!!!

Posted by: shoden!1 at Apr 22, 2009 12:20:12 PM


Posted by: Dominick Brady at Apr 22, 2009 7:33:16 PM

check out tendaberry - they play with Spree and Janelle Monae all the time in the ATL. www.myspace.com/tendaberry

Posted by: liz at Apr 23, 2009 6:59:29 PM

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