This is a real and honest representation of what it is that I want to be doing. I’m really happy to have taken the time to see it through,” says Jeshi of his recent EP, Bad Taste.
Released in April, Bad Taste is a six track collection of soul-bearing rap tracks with features from John Glacierand BRIT-winning newcomer Celeste. The EP had been in the works since the release of Jeshi’s debut project The World’s Spinning Too Fast in 2017, and Jeshi’s had some career-affirming pit stops along the way: he supported slowthai on his last European tour, and collaborated on a track with Vegyn.
Today, the 25-year-old east Londoner has shared the visuals for Bad Taste track 30,000 Feet – a powerful song where emotive piano chords and a gentle saxophone are punctuated by the thud of an 808 kick. The video feels like a bittersweet compilation of summer memories caught with an iPhone and a fisheye lens. Watch it and get the 100% lowdown on Jeshi below.
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