There are two things I notice about Boots when we hop on the phone, a Thursday afternoon, still three weeks away from the release of his debut album, AQUΛRIA. The first, is that he seems to be a rather quiet, thoughtful person.
Before his anticipated Aquaria project arrives on Friday (the 13th), the multi-talented BOOTS decides to share one last video in its support for the track “C.U.R.E.”
Of all the songs that have been released in the last year that attempt to tackle the seemingly endless issue of racist, violent police, Run The Jewels' "Early" is probably the best (honorable mention goes to Raury's "Fly" though).
Boots popped up earlier today with a new release "A Day In The Life Of Jordan Asher", which followed up our introduction to the singer "My Heart Is A Stone Today." As it turns out, there's another record from Boots circulating the internet today and it happens
Boots is a mysterious signee of Roc Nation, who is almost single-handedly responsible for much of Beyonce's high-selling self-titled album (Pharrell, The-Dream etc all had a hand too, but Boots is credited as a writer and producer for basically every song off