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Hungry Kids Can't Eat Moon Rocks

by Jawz Of Life

Aunt Julia 03:26


Atlanta's Real "Paper Boi," Jawz Of Life, Delivers Docutaining New EP

Captivating Atlanta native Hip Hop recording artist, Jawz Of Life, shares his newest "edutaining" release, "Hungry Kids Can't Eat Moon Rocks." The nostalgic, documentary-style project is littered with stories from his childhood, growing up in the shadows of his Uncle Charles and Aunt Julia, who established Daytona Beach's first black owned newspaper in 1969 - the Westside Rapper, which later became the Daytona Times.

The 8 track (+1 Interlude) EP features presumable fan favorite, "Someday," as well as the predictably viral, "Me Too (Yeah)," plus feel good track, "Dreams To Reality."

For the lead single, "Westside Rapper," Jawz, once again unites with award-winning filmmaker, William Feagins, Jr., for yet another "High Impact" music video. The visual features appearances by Organized Noize's, Ray Murray, plus DJ Waffles and Hollywood Kid.

"Hungry Kids Can't Eat Moon Rocks" is available for DOWNLOAD and/or STREAM on your favorite digital media outlets.


released August 10, 2018

Written by Jawz Of Life (except as noted)
Produced by Tone Jonez
Executive Produced by Hollywood Kid for Hollywood Kid Entertainment Group (HKEG)


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Jawz Of Life Atlanta, Georgia

Decatur-born Hip Hop recording artist, Jawz Of Life, is a concert waiting to happen. Dubbed the New East Mouth of the South, this 2nd Generation Dungeon Family Dungeonze southern-bred lyricist offers a surprisingly unique, fresh sound. His energetic yet smooth lyrical flow complements tracks of all kinds, whether his own or in a collaboration. ... more

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