Tone Oliver returns to our pages with the second single to his upcoming PeaceLife Project: Love Is Back Vol. 1 tape. Featuring reader-favorite Jetpack Jones, "Something Good" is the perfect supplement for your International Peace Day (which is today, by the way).
Jetpack Jones is back with a brand new album and, if the ratings are any indication, HNHH readers are loving what they hear. Praised for its laid-back sound and tonally appropriate lyricism, 380 SL successfully sends the Jetpack Movement to new heights.
380 SL is a NEW album from Jetpack Jones (Lakewood, CA) and Don Diestro (Inglewood, CA), the title having been inspired by the classic Mercedes-Benz 380 SL 2-door coupe.
Here's a word on the project from Jetpack himself:
A few weeks ago, Jetpack Jones let "Right Now" go as the first single from him and Don Diestro's upcoming project 380 SL, and now they've returned with a second and final single before the tape drops on September 16th. "Both" is a song they describe as "a money making anthem."
PeaceLife's Tone Oliver has taken inspiration from his new location of Oakland, California, and the summer he's spent in it, recording an EP that reflects the positive vibes he's retained since the relocation.
Everyone has found themselves counting down the minutes at some point. Sometimes it'll happen at school or at work; sometimes it'll even happen at home. Today's feature from Jetpack Jones & Clyde Shankle focuses in on that last minute--those final 60 seconds before freedom.
For the latest track in Cliff Savage's weekly #SavageSunday series, the Long Beach rapper has teamed up with Jetpack Jones and producer Don Diestro for "Revolution," a keyboard-led call to arms against the modern trappings of the digital age.
Jetpack Jones and Don Diestro are readying their joint tape 380 SL for its release later this year, and today they've shared a new collaboration. "Secret Stuff" is a smooth, "Space Jam"-sampling track. Listen and download below.
Got a night cap for you, folks.
"Oh, Woah" is the latest offering from Lakewood, California mainstay Jetpack Jones, featuring PeaceLife representative Tone Oliver with production from Apocalyps. It doesn't get much chiller than this.