"Joi's SIR Rebekkah Holylove is here!" Fri Jun-22-18 07:11 PM by BlakStaar
Joi's latest album, SIR Rebekkah Holylove, officially dropped today.
I pre-ordered the album as part of a digital bundle with perks back in February and received the album early yesterday. I haven't had a chance to dig in yet but I know it's going to be good. She's never made an album I didn't like. And I think I might enjoy it more than Star Kitty's Revenge if "Stare at Me" is any indication of the album's direction. I'm glad she worked with Brook D'Leau and I'm glad Brook is working with her. We not getting any more J*Davey so it's dope Brook is expanding so we can continue hearing his wavy production. Btw, he designed the album artwork, too!
5. "RE: Joi's SIR Rebekkah Holylove is here!" In response to Reply # 4 Mon Jun-25-18 04:34 PM by BlakStaar
No credits. That's one reason why I said I hope there's a physical release. I feel like this could have been released in a more, uh, professional manner but I get that Joi may not care and that this an indie release. Or maybe help is limited?
I wonder if she considered putting her work on Bandcamp, and if she did, why she chose not to.
Lastly, I'd like her to be getting more press than what's she's getting. It's a bit frustrating to observe but I digress...
-- "Music is not to be possessed; it's to be shared.” - James Mtume
9. "If you haven't found the credits yet" In response to Reply # 5
Look the album up in Tidal. Most of the production is Brooke from J*Davey. Of course Organized Noize did "Kush", as it was on their EP that dropped, maybe in the winter. Only 1 or 2 other producers if I remember right