Q&A: Phresh James Speaks On His Just Practice Mixtape
Phresh James is an old soul, it seems; he's still young, but sounds mature beyond his years. His trademark smooth stylings, backed with even smoother beats, have earned him an increasingly wider audience and make him one of the standouts of the "New Miami" movement.
Crossfade caught up with Phresh James to see what he's been up to and to find out a little bit about his most recent mixtape, Just Practice, which you can download here. Read the Q&A below.
Crossfade: Phresh, so what have you been up to for this first half of 2010 and what's next for the remaining part of the year?
Aside from the amazing/beautiful birth of my son and being a dad, I've been working on music day in day out. I recently released Just Practice, a miniature project of me basically letting emotions fly. Believe it or not, it was after the release that I decided to delete my entire notes library - which I wish I hadn't done [Laughs] As for the remainder of the year, it's just ideas, records, shows, and work. A fresh start you could say.
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