You may have watched Georgia Anne Muldrow’s videos here at CLUTCH or found yourself singing along to her “King’s Ballad,” a tribute to Michael Jackson that perfectly captured the essence of mourning MJ. Only a few days after picking up Mos Def’s 2009 album The Ecstatic did I realize I was only playing one song on repeat: the Georgia Anne Muldrow collaboration “Roses.” I’ve been a big fan of her vocals, creative instrumentation, and soulful spiritual authenticity ever since.
Georgia Anne Muldrow is the daughter of late jazz guitarist Ronald Muldrow and Rickie Byars-Beckwith, who is Musical Director of the Agape Spiritual Center in Los Angeles, so to say that Georgia has music in her blood is an understatement. Even so, her musical heritage is only one of the driving forces behind the extremely well thought-out music that she creates as both a performer and producer. She has a commitment to fully experiencing and exploring and understanding the details of music and the music landscape as a whole that is reflected in the quality of her work. About her journey she says, “when you know what you wanna do, you can conquer the world.” Watch more in this video where she describes her beatmaking process:
Georgia Anne Muldrow’s upcoming album Seeds will be released on March 27. You can listen to the title track early here.