Georgia Anne Muldrow is getting ready to reintroduce herself to the world as an emcee with her new EP, "Ms. One." The jazz and funk vocalist actually released a different album in 2009 under the same title, but this shorter version will feature her rapping most of the tracks. To get fans hyped about the project, Muldrow recently dropped a time lapse video of the project's cover art featuring the track "Personal."
Muldrow became the first woman signed to Los Angeles indie record label Stones Throw, whose roster once included Aloe Blacc and Mayor Hawthorne. And she comes from a musical family: her father is the late jazz guitarist Robert Muldrow and her mother, Rickie Byers-Beckwith, is the current musical director at Los Angeles' Agape Spiritual Center.
It's nice to hear Muldrow doing more than singing the hooks these days. The project's official release date hasn't been released, but stay tuned.