"Listen Up: New England hip-hop is very much alive" - Worcester Mag


l“REDvolution,” by Jazzmyn RED: Boston rapper RED creates here a multilayered sonic landscape that reaches back to the likes of Gil Scott-Heron and Billie Holiday, building off their iconic work while speaking to a contemporary audience. It’s an absolutely spellbinding piece of work, with songs such as the title track, which echoes Scott-Heron’s “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised,” and the subsequent “Cry No More” tracing the outlines of the artist’s own psychic armor: “Making pain into poetry,” as she raps in the latter song.

"Jazzmyn RED commences Boston’s ‘REDvolution’ with new EP" - Vanyaland


It was a “powder keg” of a world that first inspired Jazzmyn RED’s new EP REDvolution in 2018, and it’s an even more explosive climate that welcomes her new EP into the universe today (August 28).