Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
$4.99USD or more
Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album
Get our limited edition CD w/ 6-panel wallet packaging for the release of our third album, SOUL HOP. We're only doing around 75 of the collector's item CDs, but they will all be signed and numbered with the lyrics included. You'll also get the special CD edition, which comes with all of the interludes and transitions that makes the project whole. You only get that with this CD! You'll also get a free download of the digital project, which will come included with your purchase! Shipping is free in the states.
Includes unlimited streaming of Soul Hop
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
Hinx Jones, the Indiana duo of Lonegevity and Gritts, worked on “Soul Hop” for three years – on and off between other solo endeavors. This being their third album and sixth project as Hinx Jones since 2010, they wanted to do something a little different than their previous projects.
“Soul Hop” has a sound-driven theme, as aside from incorporating a lot more direct focus of intent, with regular singing, it more so than ever promotes specific vibes and thoughts around bettering oneself. The production is a bit more heartfelt than aggressive, with the the idea to mesh soul and hip hop together to form something of a new genre. Think Foreign Exchange’s Connected meets The Roots’ How I Got Over, with their own personal touches added to it.
released October 2, 2015
Writers: All songs written by Gritts and Lonegevity. Additional writing credits for Sirius Blvck (“Let It Go”), Neak (“Cool”), Pope Adrian Bless (“Rubick’s Cube”), and Skittz (“Painted”).
Producers: All songs produced by Lonegevity except – ILL Brown produced “Let It Go” for Dead Roses, Maja 7th and Lonegevity co-produced “Cool”, Mandog and Lonegevity co-produced “Rubick’s Cube”, and Slot-A and Lonegevity co-produced “Still Breathing”.
Engineering: All songs recorded, mixed, and mastered by Lonegevity.
Instrumentation Credits: Gritts played additional instruments on “Do Better”.