Jameszoo: Fool

Jameszoo: Fool

By Emmanuel Elone

Jameszoo's debut album not only is the best jazz album since Flying Lotus' You’re Dead!, but it's also one of the best albums this year, period 2 May 2016 // 8:20 AM

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