We love collaborations. Many of the epic tracks and albums we love usually have been products of collaborations. Look at what legendary collaborations have done for people like DJ Khaled, French Montana, etc. Here’s one fine example that should fully support my claim: “We Takin’ Over” launched DJ Khaled’s career into super-stardom and it cemented the careers of Lil’ Wayne, Rick Ross, T.I., Akon, Fat Joe and Birdman as the rappers who were “it” in the mid to late 2000’s.

This brings us to our next point. Jacksonville is trying to take DJ Khaled’s script and rewrite it to create another legendary collaboration track, correction, album! We have L.O.V.E Culture with the release of their collab album, “Fluidity“.  Jacksonville has something blooming down there, we should know, we lived near there for a good amount of time and we saw first hand the underground rap scene and it’s ready to blow. What a coincidence that Khaled is also from Florida and L.O.V.E. Culture is just taking the page and rewriting it to now fit their vision.

We just want to make a quick introduction of each artist that is part of the collaboration. One of them is our good friend Easy, which was in fact one our very first submissions when We Sound Strange was starting out. If you remember, he has the style and flow that just eases out onto the track. We also have Cheech Forreign, FLASH The Samurai, Spirit and Rob Mari, that each bring their own Florida heat to the album. Let us know if you’re just as tired of our puns as we are, because we aren’t! Haha!

Be sure to check out “Fluidity” and give each one of these artists your full attention as they spit you the truth to put Jacksonville on the map.

 

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