Bartholomew Jesse Boykins III

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Album-Release:
2017

HRA-Release:
08.12.2017

Label: Def Jam Recordings

Genre: R&B

Subgenre: Hip Hop Soul

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  • 1Earth Girls04:09
  • 2Everybody Shut Up04:33
  • 3Kumbaya In June04:36
  • 48 Day Weeks02:56
  • 5Into You03:24
  • 6I Need You03:37
  • 7Tomorrow04:43
  • 8Mean Girls04:21
  • 9Independent Girls03:31
  • 10LArain05:22
  • 11Vegetables04:08
  • 12Eye Of The Gentle Tiger03:42
  • 13Solar Sisters04:37
  • 14Nobody On Jupiter03:43
  • 15LikeMinded03:43
  • 16Only Way Out03:10
  • 17No Worry04:41
  • Total Runtime01:08:56

Info for Bartholomew

Jesse Boykins III’s name has appeared in our blurbs before—the gifted singer has guested on tracks from Vic Mensa and Theophilus London, strengthening associations with Chicago’s SAVEMONEY collective in recent months with “Animated Ambition,” a theMIND posse cut featuring Boykins, Noname, and Mick Jenkins.

But today is Boykins’ alone. BARTHOLOMEW is a huge achievement on so many levels. The guest list alone is incredible: Isaiah Rashad, Mick Jenkins, Willow Smith, DeJ Loaf, Noname, Little Simz, Syd, Donnie Trumpet, Kilo Kish—the list goes on.

Two early favorites: Rashad’s slurry interlude on “Everybody Shut Up,” an instant reminder of what makes him great, and Little Simz tearing into some fat, fuzzy synths at the tail end of “Indie Girls.” The whole album is full of standout moments, stretches where multiple voices blend and fuse to create something new, like Willow Smith and Syd’s momentary duet on “Vegetables.”

Musically, BARTHOLOMEW plays like a hazy, off-kilter combination of Sampha, Surf, and D’Angelo. It’s been two years since his last release, Love Apparatus. In the time since, Jesse Boykins III has been immersing himself in music, and it has paid off in a big way.

“BARTHOLOMEW is for the Planet Earth,” Boykins said in a press release. “Just like solar power & natural energy. Love without restraints or rules.”



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