Jehry Robinson ‘Closer To The Sun’

Genre-mixing Jehry Robinson delivers a bold blend on his Strange Music debut album, 20/Twenty, out on August 21. On the album, Jehry delivers emotional confessions with the dynamics and diversity of a one-man music festival. 

Inspired musically by the likes of Bob Marley, Eminem, Mos Def, Black Thought, Macklemore, Tech N9ne, The Beatles, and The Doors, Jehry is crafting a style all his own. While living in Brooklyn, NY, he teamed up with manager and creative director Tara Ennis and together they co-founded FBA Management, diving headfirst into launching Jehry’s solo career. The two got to work amassing a significant underground following, selling out local shows and releasing a self-titled EP along with his debut independent album, Pt. IV, V, VI.

As Jehry became part of the Strange Music family, he collaborated with label mates Tech N9ne, Joey Cool, Krizz Kaliko, JL, and King Iso. He also introduced some of the songs from his upcoming album via three chapters: 20/Twenty Chapter 1, 20/Twenty Chapter 2, and 20/Twenty Chapter 3, with all garnering spots on iTunes charts and collectively racking up nearly 1 million cumulative views and streams.

20/Twenty mixes reggae flavors, raw rock, rapid-fire rap, and euphonious pop into a boundary-bending 20-song set. “Closer to the Sun” hops along on sun-kissed reggae guitars as Jehry’s nimble rhymes stretch towards a bright and bouncy refrain. Meanwhile, finger-snaps underscore an impressive vocal performance on “In My Feels,” which “is about saying, ‘Fuck it’ and tuning out for a day.” Whether it be the emotionally charged message of “Daddy Issues” (ft. Jelly Roll), the island swing of “No Refunds”, or the blistering rap of “Daylight” (ft. Tech N9ne), he effortlessly bounces between styles.

Preorders receive an autographed CD, a limited edition 20/Twenty t-shirt, a Strange Music decal, and an instant download of the track “Say Less” (ft. Justina Valentine). Pre-order here