G. Finesse is determined to inspire his listeners on his new single “We Gon’ Make It.”
Exuding the same sort of omniscient and thought-provoking as his “Keep The Fame” collaboration featuring vocalist Kim Dawson, G. Finesse’s serves as both a motivational pep-talk and an introduction to the depth of his creative process.
“And even if the wheels on the ride gettin’ loose/we gon’ make it yea, yea, yea/no matter if it’s hard times baby push through,” In addition to G. Finesse’s dynamic lyricism, drums by Isaac Teel, keys from Borahm Lee, backup vocals from Kim Dawson, and music from G. Finesse’s longtime collaborator and guitarist Brian Harrington.
The combination of the warmth from the sonics of a big band production and G. Finesse’s radiant lyricism affords the track a musical identity unique to his repertoire. Considering G. Finesse is all too familiar with jamming out with his band Black Eagle, who grew a large following in his native city of Columbus, releases such as “We Gon’ Make It,” capture the full essence of his blues-driven, boom-bap Hip Hop aura as he thrives in his element.
The arrival of the LP marks G. Finesse’s three-year anniversary in Denver and will also be released as his debut release for Perception Records, the new community-oriented record label in the Denver metro area founded by Jay.Green. Fans and listeners of G. Finesse can expect to gain wisdom from his East Side Pain album, which will serve as a window into his life story.
G. Finesse’s forthcoming record also aligns his groovy R&B influences, who include artists such as Erykah Badu and D’Angelo, with his love for Hip Hop artists such as Nas and Biggie as a result of G. Finesse’s hybrid approach to crafting the records embedded in the project. In a sense, G. Finesse has given himself the opportunity to showcase the neo-soul-inflected hip-hop style he’s developed which is defined by raw, honest expression.
G. Finesse has yet to announce the release date for East Side Pain, however, it’s truly only a matter of time until the release is unleashed as the Denver-based MC has been consistently releasing new material as of late.
In addition to his recent singles, G. Finesse also joined forces with his Perception Records labelmate Midnight. Blue for his August release entitled “20/20” which appeared on Blue’s nine-track project Breathe.
He also recently delivered his punch-driven boom-bap single “Still Miss you,” along with his rap-heavy visual release “Ya Know,” featuring none other than the illustrious Black Eagle collective.
Stream “We Gon’ make It” below.