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DJC Monthly Vol. 3: Maserati-E

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Our THIRD Monthly Concert of the year showcased MASERATI-E, whose revolutionary acoustic guitar and poetic lyricism is changing people's perceptions of the world. Special guests included Continental Cutty, Grant Bloom, Uncle Beats, Stylez ft. Simply Naomi, and Antwan Banks Williams. The night's amazing line up featured: 0:00​ - Intro : Maserati-E 5:00 - Stylez Williams ft. Simply, Naomi 17:53 - Maserati-E II: "Identity" "Same Page" 28:55 - Uncle Beats 36:21 - Maxwell Melvins Interview 37:23 - Uncle Beats and Maxwell Melvins Conversation 45:32 - Maserati-E III: "5 Ps" "Float Away" ft. Antwan Banks Williams (co-creator and sound designer of Ear Hustle) 1:01:01 - Grant Bloom 1:13:50 - Maserati-E IV: "Can't Hold Me Back"ft. Continental Cutty 1:19:26 - Continental Cutty 1:22:12 - Maserati-E Encore - "Break The Mold" 1:32:29 - Outro : Maserati-E More on Maserati-E: Oakland born and bred, Maserati-E was incarcerated at the age of 17. While in prison, he taught himself to play to guitar and music became a way to confront his old habits, be vulnerable with himself, and grow through art. During the last few years of his incarceration, Maserati-E's music was featured on Ear Hustle, an award-winning podcast focused on illuminating the realities of prison life and creativity behind bars. He also contributed his unique voice and stellar sound to producer David Jassy's "San Quentin Mixtape Vol. 1," which also featured J. Cole, Common, Meek mill, Talib Kewli, among others and was released to critical acclaim. Released in August of 2019, Maserati-E's catchy and conscious-driven music has been featured in the Netflix documentary "Q-Ball," NPR, Rolling Stone, and PLUS ONE Society, among others. His soul-searching debut EP "Just Me and My Guitar" is available now on all streaming platforms. Proceeds from the evening were split 50/50 between Die Jim Crow Records and the artists, with our headliner receiving 20%. DJC's portion will go towards our personnel costs, which helps sustain us as a non-profit record label for formerly and currently incarcerated musicians.
Posted Feb 22 - Filed in Education
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