Georgia Anne Muldrow
Georgia Anne Muldrow

Georgia Anne Muldrow

About Georgia Anne Muldrow

Potent and assured enough for political protests and filled with enough bright energy to soundtrack double-dutch competitions, the music of Georgia Anne Muldrow erases the boundaries between progressive soul, organic hip-hop, and avant-garde jazz. Part of a richly musical bloodline, Muldrow made her recorded debut in 2004 and became the first woman signed to the revered Stones Throw label, releasing her expansive first album, Olesi: Fragments of an Earth, two years later. By then she was an integral player in Los Angeles' underground scene of beatmakers, instrumentalists, singers, rappers, songwriters, and label operators. She has filled all of those roles with varied solo albums such as Umsindo (2009), Seeds (2012), and the Grammy-nominated Overload (2018), as well as the Vweto series (2011 to 2021). Muldrow has recorded a large volume of output with husband Dudley Perkins and has been featured on recordings by Sa-Ra, Erykah Badu, and Robert Glasper.

    Los Angeles, CA
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