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Bay Area icon, The Jacka, and Space Age Entertainment’s Dubble-OO team up for the release of their collaborative project, “Futuristic Mob” which promises to have the perfect mixture of The Jacka’s signature Mob sound that his fans have grown to love and Dubble-OO’s spaced out-futuristic style which speaks to the younger generation that just wants to have fun. The two blend the generational and musical styles perfectly.

Originally meeting on at a tour date in Seattle, WA four years ago, The Jacka and Dubble-OO immediately clicked and quickly made plans to work together once they were both back home in the Bay Area. Once in the same area, the two went full-tilt into the studio and began building an undeniable rapport in and outside of the studio – frequently running into each other on the road at shows and overseas international shows.

The duo released the track, “Wallet So Fat” which got significant spins on 106 KMEL in the Bay Area and Wild 107.5 in Portland, as well as other markets proving that the combination was something that listeners were looking for, and they decided to make a full project together. The album features E-40 on the 2nd single, “VIP” which was recorded in E-40’s home studio and produced by his son, Droop-E who provides a futuristic, party vibe for the 3 MC’s to shine over.

J.Stalin, lends an exciting lyrical hand on the 1st single “time standing still” featured early july on the popular blog 2dopeboyz . The music video for time standing still is “buzzing” gaining solid momentum online.

Lee Majors, another Bay Area heavyweight lent a significant hand in producing the album, ensuring that the project had a refined sound and added finishing touches to it. He is also featured on two tracks. Futuristic Mob delivers on it’s namesake, giving the listener an album that has party joints, introspective-soul searching tracks, as well as the Mob sound.

“Everyone is making music but it aint real, this full album has both; stuff for the fans of the real street hip-hop and for everyone wanting to have fun listening to music” says The Jacka.

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