Jehry Robinson’s Strange Music genre jumping debut album, 20/Twenty mixes reggae flavors, euphonious pop, rapid-fire, yet melodic rap, and a tinge of rock into a boundary-bending 20-song set.  Stream it here:

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On the album, Robinson delivers emotional confessions with dynamics and diversity, “I’m taking all of those genres and emotions and fusing them into one sound,” he explains. “You’ll get the happy side. You’ll get the depressed side. If there is a reggae vibe or rock energy, that’s just how I felt that day. That’s the blueprint of what 20/Twenty is, I’m leveling up this hybrid and bringing it to the next plateau.”

Whether it be the reggae guitars of “Closer to the Sun,” the emotionally charged message of “Daddy Issues” (ft. Jelly Roll), the island swing of “No Refunds,” the blistering rap of “Daylight” (ft. Tech N9ne), or his impressive vocal performance on “In My Feels,” he effortlessly bounces between styles.

Signing to Strange Music in 2019 Robinson has already collaborated with label mates Tech N9ne, Joey Cool, Krizz Kaliko, JL, and King Iso. He also introduced three EP’s, 20/Twenty Chapter 1, 20/Twenty Chapter 2, and 20/Twenty Chapter 3, with all garnering spots on iTunes charts. The songs on 20/Twenty  racked up over 1.5 million cumulative views and streams.