Georgia Anne Muldrow

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Georgia Anne Muldrow
Origin Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Genres Experimental Music
Funk
Blues
Electro
Jazz fusion
Hip-Hop
Years active 2006–Present
Labels Stones Throw Records, Ramp Recordings, Epistophik Peach Sound, Mello Music Group, Animated Cartunes
Website MySpace Page

Georgia Anne Muldrow (born 1983) is an American singer, musician and producer. She is the first female artist signed to Stones Throw Records and is the wife of fellow label artist Dudley Perkins (aka "Declaime").[1] Her father is the late jazz guitarist Ronald Muldrow and her mother is Rickie Byars-Beckwith, the musical director of Agape Spiritual Center in Culver City, CA and Stepfather is Rev. Michael Beckwith who is best known for being a teacher in the movie and book "The Secret" . Her early work involved collaborations with the Platinum Pied Pipers, Sa-Ra, and J*DaVeY. She is known for playing the majority of instruments featured on her recordings. Her vocal style and musical accompaniment often are free-form in nature.[citation needed] Most recently she produced and is featured with Dudley Perkins on an album for Mello Music Group titled SomeOthaShip: Connect Game due out in early 2008.[2]

Discography[edit]

Georgia Anne Muldrow[edit]

  • Worthnothings EP, (2006)
  • Olesi: Fragments of an Earth, (2006)
  • Umsindo, (2009)
  • Early, (2009)
  • Kings Ballad, (2010)
  • Vweto, (2011)
  • Owed To Mama Rickie, (2011)
  • Seeds, (2012)
  • Ms. One, (2014)

Jyoti[edit]

  • Ocotea, (2010)
  • Denderah, (2013)

Pattie Blingh and the Akebulan Five[edit]

  • Sagala (2007)

From LA With Love[edit]

  • Killa Peach (track on the album by Georgia Anne Muldrow) (2007)

The Blackhouse (with DJ Romes)[edit]

  • The Blackhouse (2012)

G&D (with Dudley Perkins)[edit]

  • Eric Lau Presents Dudley Perkins & Friends (2006)
  • Message Uni Versa (2007)
  • Beautiful Mindz (Mixtape with DJ 2Tall) (2008)
  • Heaven Or Hell EP (2010)
  • SomeOthaShip (2010)
  • The Lighthouse (2013)

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