Enter The Funkmosphere: 5 Dope Tracks From G&D’s ‘The Lighthouse’ Album
Georgia Anne Muldrow and Dudley Perkins (a.k.a. Declaime) have worked together and separately for years now, trafficking great melodies across the musical universe. Their blend of psychedelic funk, soul, hip-hop, spoken-word poetry, riot-inducing lyricism and more has been on the radar since the group’s debut in 2006. Utilizing free-form, the married dynamic duo of dopeness combine all of their respective talents for the self-released effort The Lighthouse (SomeOthaShip).
Produced entirely by Georgia Anne Muldrow with artwork conceptualized by Japanese painter Tokio Aoyama, G&D pack 17 tracks that explore the expansive subjects of love, politics, spirituality, healthy living, parenthood and world citizenship. All of this add up to a funky, playful sound best called “that good God sound,” which is no surprise given the tandem’s past work with the likes of Tha Alkaholiks, J*DaVeY, Yasiin Bey, Robert Glasper and Erykah Badu.
With their 10th release available now, check out 5 Dope Tracks From The Lighthouse album.