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Video: The Liquid Crystal Project “Equinox”

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J Rawls & the Liquid Crystal Project dropped their new album today. Here is a video for Equinox that observes primping for the evening with two parallell but different destinations.

LCP 3 is in store now and available on I-Tunes.

Video: Liquid Crystal Project “Stakes Still High” Ft. P.Blackk & LefortheUncool

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Dove of De La Soul said he was “Sick of half-ass awards shows/Sick of name brand clothes/Sick of R&B bitches over bullshit tracks/Cocaine and crack Which brings sickness to blacks/” back in 1996 on Stakes Is High.

I am willing to bet he expected things to change.

Now 15 years later, imagine how sick of it he must be.

Well, J.Rawls and the Liquid Crystal Project are still sick of it and have remade Stakes is High with P.Blackk and Le For The Uncool.

Video directed by: Luke Sirimongkhon

Saturday: BRUSH: The Blue Note Experience


As the first Saturday of March, tomorrow marks the occurrence of this month’s BRUSH, a new monthly live art and live music event in downtown Columbus. Created by a partnership of multiple urban arts and culture groups, the event invites attendees to participate in art projects while enjoying live music and refreshments. As this month’s BRUSH is “The Blue Note Experience,” the art is expected to be based on the music and cover art of legendary jazz label Blue Note Records. Columbus’ own Liquid Crystal Project will be contributing a set of Blue Note tunes, along with a set of their own original “jazz-hop” songs. Judging from last month’s Obama-themed event, Saturday’s BRUSH will surely be a creative marriage of classic jazz and Columbus’ urban energy.

BRUSH will be held at the Urban Spirit Cafe Loft, located at 893 East Long Street in the King-Lincoln District. The event lasts from 8PM-12AM, and cover is $10.

New J-Rawls/Liquid Crystal Project Video

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J-Rawls is back with another installment of his Jazz Group, the Liquid Crystal Project.  If all True School Hip Hoppers were warm, good doods like Rawls then I would be more inclined to not avoid the 4 Elements of Hip Hop concept like it was a syphallus infested meth addict personified. Boomin and Boomin in your jeep. This video takes me back to rocking Knit hats and Polo while listening to Tribes “We Got the Jazz”.