Posts Tagged ‘Spree Wilson’

Life in Technicolor

Atlanta in the 90s, for me, was skating on Saturday nights at Golden Glide to bass-heavy Southern sounds, participating in Bankhead Bounce dance-offs, watching American Rap Makers (RIP to Arnell Starr) and Planet Rocks late at night and strolling through South DeKalb Mall, debating on whether or not I should get my name airbrushed on a shirt or twisted up on a gold wire chain.

Outside of Miami, Atlanta was where bass music thumped the hardest.  90s ATL influenced many, including singer/songwriter Spree Wilson and production team The Flush, most evident by this dope ass EP these Southern gents dropped entitled Life in Technicolor Vol. 1.  If you know anything about Atlanta Bass Music, you know that fun is the epicenter of it all.  It’s about getting your folk together and having a good time.  This EP brings that vibe back.  With appearances from Big K.R.I.T. and A-Town legend DJ Jelly, you already know it’s gonna be a party.

Oh, and get into that Miya Bailey original cover art!

Admittedly, I don’t know much about Spree Wilson.  I know that he sings, raps, produces, writes and plays a mighty mean guitar.  He’s a proud Southern boy, which I deemed from his nice country drawl and his new joint, “Right One, Wrong Time.”  Reminiscent of Atlanta in the 90s, the Flush Music-produced track will evoke the urge to Bankhead Bounce and scrub the ground, all while lacing up roller skates at Golden Glide.  Although the song sounds like we’ve gone back in time, it definitely jams, shawty.