The combined forces of rapper Khujo Goodie (Goodie Mob, Dungeon Family & long-time Outkast collaborator) with producer Jneiro Jarel.
This debut album mixes golden-era 90s NYC, Crunk and Snap beats with psychedelic rock influences (including backing vocals from TV on the Radio‘s Tunde Adebimpe) all with a Dirty Southern twist.
Album artwork by James Jarvis opens up to form a mini-poster.
“Man, Georgiavania is dope as fuck – it’s that next level shit!” Big Boi from Outkast
“A psychedelic journey quite unlike any other that could very well result in the creation of a completely new category of music simply known as Utopia Rap because musically it doesn’t get much better than this.” 4.5/5 Urb
“Hip-hop needs more albums willing to be this strange…” 7.7/10 Pitchfork
“Bridging the North and the South, the abstract and the gangster, Georgiavania in another masterpiece in Jneiro’s collection.” Waxpoetics
“Cut to the chase, it’s game on again for our favourite Dungeon Fam frontman Khujo.” Fat Lace
“Gnarls Barkley’s fucked-up little cousin.” Spin
“Brilliant, Outkast-like fusion of synthetic electro beats and surreal rhymes.” 4/5 Q
“Part crunk, a little psychedelic, part cosmic pop, and 100% progressive.” 4/5 Vapors
“All silken soul and future funk mixed with the deftest lyrical delivery. It’s dazzling.” 8/10 Clash
I Didn’t Mean To…
U Want Some?
Prepare Fo It (Spiritual Gladiators)
Violet Heart Box
Autopilot (Bonus Track)
In the Red (Politrix)