Breathe Deep Oscar Jerome
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- 3Give Back What U Stole From Me04:46
- 4Your Saint06:28
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Info for Breathe Deep
"A free-flowing and effortless mesh of jazz, neo-soul, funk, hip-hop and indie channeled through Jerome’s duality of youthful ebullience and seasoned knowledge". South London’s Oscar Jerome presents his highly-anticipated debut album Breathe Deep released via Caroline International. A staple of the capital’s burgeoning jazz scene – previously collaborating with everyone from Shabaka Hutchings to Moses Boyd and Yussef Dayes – Breathe Deep sees Oscar bring in an army of collaborators that he says have been an integral part of his journey so far. Those that play on the record include Joe Armon-Jones, Sons of Kemet and Maisha, alongside an official feature from the critically acclaimed singer-songwriter Lianne La Havas.
The record arrives off the back of a fast-growing catalogue that’s seen the Norwich-born guitarist and vocalist pick up frequent support and playlisting from the likes of 6 Music, Radio 1 and 1Xtra. Talking about his debut album, Oscar says:
“'Breathe Deep' is a pretty broad presentation of who I am musically and my journey to get to this point. On a personal level, it’s a reflection of the effort put in during that path of self-bettering, both emotionally and in life more broadly. It’s about preparing oneself for failure and growing from that. Taking a moment to step back and see where things are going and where one has been. It also addresses the resilience of people, which is reflected in the more political moments on the album. The world is a messed up place but people still find ways of preparing themselves for it.”
has been honing his craft as a musician and writer since a young age. He has worked as vocalist, guitarist and composer with countless acts and grown through the thriving South London music scene.
In his solo project Jerome brings all of his influences together, sighting artists such as Gil Scott-Heron, George Benson, John Martyn, The Clash, Ali Farka Toure and Jay Dilla. Oscar’s song writing is motivated by politics, spirituality within music and life experiences. His creative vision is to always make music with sincerity and pay homage to his countless inspirations.
With an acclaimed live show that has taken in Boiler Room, Jazz Cafe, Worldwide Awards Afterparty, Clore Ballroom and Union Chapel to name a few, Oscar Jerome is well on his way to becoming a major draw.
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