When I first heard Georgia Anne Muldrow had released a rap EP, the hairs stood up on the back of my neck. She's a prodigious producer and vocalist, but rarely grips the mic as a MC.
I knew the Ms. One project would be worth the listen, but I was not expecting the barrage of bars infused with earnest insight that awaited. My favorite example of this is "Crossroads."
Over a funky-yet-menacing beat by Copenhagen's Kriswontwo, Georgia goes in. When I say in, I mean she goes in -- inside the mind, the spirit, and the soul. Her verses make me feel good the way X-Clan makes me feel good. I believe there is a certain trigger in the brain and the heart when true and relevant positivity strikes, and GAM hits the bullseye on this one.
She may not have the spotlight other women have in music today but Georgia Anne Muldrow's music and message is timeless.