End Of The Future

by Jack Preston

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blctxt BEAUTIFUL. EOTF is a display of sonic alchemy achieved through pushing boundaries. Many different vibes but one goal here: DOPENESS. Getchyou some
[work=Love] Favorite track: The Ness.
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about

The “End of the Future” is a moment in which a vision is manifested. It is the time in which an idea fully blossoms andbecomes a tangible reality. For Atlanta emcee Jack Preston, his future's end means arriving to a new era in his growth as a person and an artist in the form of his proper full-length follow-up to the 2010 EP The Sonikah Project.
Produced entirely by Bay Area beatsmith Jon Bom, End Of TheFuture further explores the potent musical chemistry between Bom and Preston first established on their collaborative EP. Exhibiting an intensified sense of stylistic command and musical growth, EOTF's sound is vibrant and dynamic. Each song threads together a narrative of self-reflection and explorationover Bom’s spacey synths, suffused with hints of old West CoastG-Funk and southern charm that channels the spirit of predecessors like the Dungeon Family. Preston wields both rhyme and melody as he navigates moments of his journey with broad, effortless pivots in delivery.
With assistance from extended musical family from both coasts including The Dojo Collective, Sa-Roc, YaminSemali, blctxt, MICAHteer, and Alex Lee of LeVice, EOTFeasily pushes boundaries and seamlessly blends electronic, jazz, and hip hop with some live instrumentation.
Preston doesn't stray too far from his roots, but moments suggest that his relationship with Atlanta is one of navigating the expansion of its culture on a global scale while preserving the historical context that helped mold him into the artist he is today.Thus, EOTF is a culminating nod to the past, a celebration of the present, and a looking glass into the future.

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released July 14, 2015

1. Future's End
Produced by Jon Bom
Lyrics by Jack Preston

2. Replay
Produced by Jon Bom
Lyrics by Jack Preston
Additional Vocals by Micah "MICAHteer" Woods
Cuts and Scratches by Yamin Semali (Amdex)

3. On Occasion feat. Alex Lee
Produced by Jon Bom
Lyrics by Jack Preston
Additional Lyrics by Alex Lee

4. Off The Ground
Produced by Jon Bom
Lyrics: Jack Preston
Additional Vocals: Micah Woods
Trumpet: Born "On the Horn" Foster
Tenor Saxophone: Frank Houston
Bass: Sean Stillenger

5. Day by Day
Produced by Jon Bom
Lyrics: Jack Preston
Additional Vocals: Micah Woods

6. The Ness
Produced by Jon Bom
Lyrics: Jack Preston
Flute: Taryn Crenshaw
Violin: Nirvana Kelly
Opera Vocals: Claire Gendler

7. Hit 'Em featuring BLK TXT and Sa-Roc
Produced by Jon Bom
Lyrics by: Jack Preston
Anthony "BLK TXT" Bottoms,
Assata "Sa-Roc" Perkins
Cuts and Scratches by Yamin Semali (Amdex)
Flugal Horn: Born "On The Horn" Foster
Scratch Credits:

8. Rumours feat. MICAHteer
Produced by Jon Bom
Lyrics by: Jack Preston
Micah "MICAHteer" Woods
Guitar: Renzo Staiano
Bass: Sean Stillenger

9. Uno feat. Alex Lee
Produced by Jon Bom
Lyrics by: Jack Preston
Additional Vocals: Micah "MICAHteer" Woods
Natalie "Navi Sora" Bettes
Flute: Taryn Crenshaw
Trumpet(and effects): Born "On the Horn" Foster
Bass: Sean

10. Rebirth
Produced by Jon Bom
Lyrics by: Jack Preston
Additional vocals by Natalie "Navi Sora" Bettes

All songs Produced by: Jon Bom
Written by: Jack Preston
Creative and Musical Direction by: Jack Preston and Jon Bom
Vocals recorded SQ Studios and The Wolves Den
Mixed by Kyle Dreaden and Mastered at Red Tuxedo Studio

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