JSWISS’ powerful and inspirational music video for “Dedicate.LoveSomethin” off of his critically-acclaimed No Music EP was just selected for the 2018 Hip Hop Film Festival in Harlem, New York City this summer. The video is directed by Stephen Mucci, edited by John Holowitz and stars USA Fencing athletes Kamali and Khalil Thompson as well as Barstarzz founder Eduard Checo. The song is produced by producer/bassist Brady Watt (DJ Premier, Ski Beatz). For more info about the festival in August, click here.
Back in March JSWISS performed his duo set with guitarist Wes Mingus crafting all of the music on guitar and loop pedal for the popular international performance movement Sofar Sounds, their third such performance. As Sofar does from time to time they recorded this high quality video of them performing “Dedicate.LoveSomethin” a favorite of JSWISS fans that also has a stunning music video for the Brady Watt-produced single. Check out the Sofar Sounds video above and if you haven’t already, check out JSWISS’ No Music EP that the single is taken from on all major music platforms.
Earlier this month JSWISS was the featured act at one of the premier jam session in all of New York City, The Jelly. He performed several songs with The Jelly house band led by Kevin Moehringer and featuring other all-star musicians such as Sly5thAve, Lex Sadler, Sydney Driver and more! Check out the video to get a taste of how the night went.
Heads up JSWISS’ next show in NYC will be on Saturday, June 23! Stay tuned for details.
“Hold On”, produced by keyboardist/producer Paul Bloom, is a brand new smooth and infectious single from JSWISS also packed with clever wordplay throughout. You’ll be drawn in and entranced by the overall vibe while be dazzled by the barrage of clever wordplay throughout. “Hold On” is available on all music platforms including iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, Tidal and Bandcamp.
JSWISS drops his first single of 2018, “Posin,” a track sure to make your head nod the entire time. The KG,B-produced track is dedicated to all of the fakers who front. “Posin” is available on Spotify as well as iTunes, Apple Music and Tidal. Artwork by Kevin Salgado.
It was a very eventful year for JSWISS, and the likelihood is, whether you were part of the journey at the beginning of the year or joined along the way, you caught a lot, but missed some. Don’t worry, here’s a full recap of the highlights.
JSWISS has a couple of songs featured in the documentary film Hoops Africa premiering internationally on NBA TV on December 24th and 26th. Hoops Africa is a collection of stories that celebrates the past, present, and future of basketball in Africa, spotlighting the sport’s impact on society and its development on the continent. You can watch the trailer for the film, which features several former and current NBA players and officials, right here.