Jeremiah Jae's 'Raw Money Raps' plays out like some sort of dream full of echoes and dings.. clap clap, witty subjects of stagnant stereotypes brought into a colorful audio trip with half second off kilter's. The album will make you zone out and wonder where the hell did he get this stuff from, at the same time you'll nod your head as the drone moves. This is the sort of experimentation that sticks with me and brings out more positive creative energy when heard. It might be an acquired taste for some Hip-Hop heads since some of these blogs are labeling it as such but I'd rather not give it that stamp, letting it run free without some sort of box is what it needs. I'm not going to bore you will technical details not necessary since it's all about the music but I will let you know that Jeremiah has an interesting background, his mother sang gospel and his dad was the musical director of Miles Davis in the Jazz-Fusion era of his career so yeah... awesome. Flying Lotus did right getting Jeremiah with Brainfeeder, it keeps the beauty of audio experimentation alive longer. An album best heard at night or while roaming the streets on the headphones, it evokes the genuine want of getting out there and creating something in your vision. I was left highly impressed at how complex and explored 'Raw Money Raps' feels, it's a great aural experience that you can open your arms to and let it carry you till the end. The album's worldwide release will be tomorrow care of Brainfeeder Records and on iTunes, Amazon, Bleep, Boomkat, Ninjashop, or vinyl for purchasing, meanwhile check out the 'Money' video to see what you're in for.