Grynch and Budo collaborate for a special limited-edition vinyl 12″, distributed by Ballard’s Fin Records. More details if you click through the picture above and to the good folks at Potholes In My Blog who had the exclusive premier.
The hi-defs for “Never No,” J. Pinder’s lead single from the upcoming Careless (Fin Records).
From J. Pinder’s upcoming Careless (Fin Records). I’d play this joint on my radio show.
SEA. ATL. NYC. Rainier Valley representative J. Pinder jet sets across the country and it’s all captured beautifully on film by Town videographer Jon Augustavo. Justin P. looks like a star, sounds like a star, moves like a star. It’s crazy these days how close stardom might seem given the internet’s means (of portraying you like one). Caught this extended clip on some other blogs yesterday, one of which tells me the MC has found his label home on Ballard’s Fin Records. J. Pinder’s musical fire has been a slow burn, which means it will be all the more rewarding for him when sh-t ignites for real.