In an article that calls JP 'Hip-Hop Caviar's Hidden Delicacy' Lena Anderson, EIC of Enspire Magazine reviews Guavamatic Space Dream while comparing JP to 'extraordinary lyrical greats out now like J.Cole and Kendrick Lamar and those legends who integrated jazz with eclectic sophistication like Andre 3000 and Common.
New haven arts paper
Calling it 'a guavalicious good time,' Lucy Gellman of the New Haven Arts Paper reviews JP's live show from a gig at The Ballroom at The Outer Space in New Haven, CT
In preparation for the release of Guavamatic Space Dream, JP sat down with Dave Noodlez of Stereotype Co. to discuss the making of the album, inspiration, and being stereotyped.
Books, Beats & Beyond
Taj Salaam of the Books, Beats & Beyond Podcast interviews JP about his album Guavamatic Space Dream, which Salaam calls "socially progressive, spiritual, and provocative."