Legend has it… He’s the sole reason for the break up of the iconic alternative hip hop group Jurassic 5!? Allegedly told Linkin Park (when they were hot) 2 kiss his ass, and then forced to retract the claim when put into a choke hold by “Tha Man” (his manager). And once told the legendary Bruce Springsteen “Hey playa, ur wife got ass”.
All these things makes him ur best nightmare and scariest good time! Coming from the 6 man barbershop quartet Jurassic 5. Fullee Love has traveled the world and performed on some of the biggest stages known to man, Coachella, Glastonbury Festival, Loopalooza, Fuji Rock and the back yard of the world renowned “Sweet Willie Coontz” (R.I.P.)
Labeled as soul brotha #16 & 3/4, Fullee Love has taken his talents solo, with the release of the 7 song EP “Still In Fullee Love” packed with personality, charisma and, well… him! Fullee has come with something totally different from what may be expected (so don’t).
The time is now, and there’s no need to starve women’s hearts any longer, so strap up and tell your men, you’ll be back by Friday… Cause this is Fullee Love!
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Photo Credit: KtotheP – 7-31-14 Penn’s Landing Great Plaza – Philadelphia PA
It was a sticky summer day in Philadelphia when world renown throwback-hip hop party rockers Jurassic 5 brought their reunion tour to the city of Brotherly Love. Luckily for the ravenous crowd, the show was held at an amphitheater right on the Delaware river & we all benefit from any breeze that came our direction. Opening the show was the LA based Dilated Peoples, also a rare treat on the East Coast, & they got the crowd ready to have a good time at a hip hop show while displaying the skills that have forged a career in hip hop since 1992.
Once Jurassic 5 took the stage, it was ON. All the songs you would want to hear J5 bring to the table, along with mid-song mash-ups, medleys, and on point synchronized dance moves all the while making the crowd “wave they hands like they just don’t care” as true ambassadors of how hip hop was supposed to be in it’s golden age. It’s not everyday that you can witness true masters of the craft perform at an exceptionally high level, so when you can, take full advantage.
Check out live videos from the show here