JPEGMAFIA | Interview | Cambridge Union (1/2)
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Barrington Hendrick, known artistically as JPEGMAFIA, is an American rapper and producer from Baltimore, Maryland. Hendrick’s work is highly unusual and experimental in nature, blending and blurring genre, extensive sampling and digital distortion into a critically-acclaimed body of work which ranges from a cover of “Call Me Maybe” to the “Darkskin Manson” tape which was inspired by the Freddie Gray protests in his hometown, Baltimore. He has received rave reviews from critics, including a 5-star review from the NME among others.
ABOUT THE CAMBRIDGE UNION:
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I’m 24 from Buffalo, NY, and graduated from SUNY Buffalo State in 2020 with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism. I play guitar in SPACED and Funeral Coat. I write for OutOfShapeMusic (Owner) SadCarrotNews (Owner) Fiverr Freelance OnlinePhotographyTraining BestInPhotography The Golden Script Competition The Monthly Film Festival
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