JMSN "Power" Acoustic Performance

Posted by , Jun 30, 2016 at 01:10pm

JMSN and his band came through HNHH Studios for an intimate acoustic performance of "Power," a standout off his new album.


The young HNHH studio has seen its fair share of lit performances, but never had it experienced the full array of vibrant sounds that JMSN brought alongside his full backing band when they decided to bless us with an acoustic rendition of the song "Power," which appeared on JMSN's new album, It Is. On It Is -- more stripped-down than his past work -- raw elements of blues and classic-era R&B inspire JMSN to be painfully honest with his emotions. To begin the studio performance, his band cooks up a slow-burning groove that creates an immediate sense of intimacy in the studio. JMSN quickly gets confrontational when he lets his vocals take over the room, singing of how easy it is to keep one's mind and heart in a destructive place -- a place he's been before and one that he hopes to sing his listeners away from. 

The most hair-raising moments of the performance come when JMSN's vocals align with those of his backing singer in perfect harmony with the cool melodies of his band. If you like what you hear, then stream It Is here, and make sure to catch JMSN for a full live show. Find tour dates here

The video was shot by Justin Fleischer, and the session was mastered by our guy @BeforeIzaiah

JMSN and his band came through HNHH Studios for an intimate acoustic performance of "Power," a standout off his new album.

The young HNHH studio has seen its fair share of lit performances, but never had it experienced the full array of vibrant sounds that JMSN brought alongside his full backing band when they decided to bless us with an acoustic rendition of the song "Power," which appeared on JMSN's new album, It Is. On It Is -- more stripped-down than his past work -- raw elements of blues and classic-era R&B inspire JMSN to be painfully honest with his emotions. To begin the studio performance, his band cooks up a slow-burning groove that creates an immediate sense of intimacy in the studio. JMSN quickly gets confrontational when he lets his vocals take over the room, singing of how easy it is to keep one's mind and heart in a destructive place -- a place he's been before and one that he hopes to sing his listeners away from. 

The most hair-raising moments of the performance come when JMSN's vocals align with those of his backing singer in perfect harmony with the cool melodies of his band. If you like what you hear, then stream It Is here, and make sure to catch JMSN for a full live show. Find tour dates here

The video was shot by Justin Fleischer, and the session was mastered by our guy @BeforeIzaiah

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