If timing is everything then JSOUL and Wordsworth are right on schedule with their new single “Blame It On The Music”, the title track to their upcoming album to be released September 23rd on HiPNOTT Records. “Blame It On The Music” has Wordsworth not accepting blame for the systems failures over an aggressive Hip-Hop/Funk infused track by HiPNOTT producer JSOUL.

The eMC rhymesayer uses his bully pulpit to spit, “Police are steady hunting men/ your back they put a dozen in/ behind you running plates and they putting numbers in/ Suffering, Democrats, Republicans they governing/ Politicians not to help but for wealth they run again.” Highlighting societies insecurities and informing that the music won’t be a scapegoat. The only ones to blame for your speakers throbbing, head nodding, is this incredible music from JSOUL andWordsworth.

When asked about the project, Wordsworth said, “Once I heard JSOUL’s beats, the diversity caught my attention. Immediately my mind start racing with ideas and we started vibing to make something solid. We decided on the title ‘Blame It On The Music’ because it seems like the music is another excuse for society. Instead of a healthy dialogue just blame the culture of the youth.” Wordsworth continued by mentioning, “HiPNOTT Records represents quality and integrity of music. It’s a home for artists and producers creativity but a movement of motivation.”

You can hear the first single, “Blame It On The Music” now via Soundcloud and Bandcamp. Pre-orders are also available now on compact disc and mp3.

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