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Street Knuckles

by Jessy Moss

Featured songs in Win A Date With Tad Hamilton and D.E.B.S and various TV sitcoms. Pick of the Week at KCRW Morning-weekend Becomes Eclectic.
Genre: Electronic: Trip Hop
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1. Build You Up
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3:46 album only
2. Pick A Card
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3:31 album only
3. Telling You Now
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4:25 album only
4. Confessions
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4:13 album only
5. Chapters
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4:14 album only
6. Alarm
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3:19 album only
7. Landbitch
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3:57 album only
8. Owed A Living
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3:27 album only
9. Thanks For The Pictures
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3:53 album only
10. The Baddest
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3:02 album only
11. I'll Manage
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3:17 album only


Album Notes
'Telling You Now' on YouTube added Febraury 9, 2008 received 340,000 views in 5 days
Honors for This Video:
#63 - Most Discussed (This Week) - Music
#33 - Most Viewed (This Week)
#5 - Most Viewed (This Week) - Music
#82 - Most Viewed (This Month) - Music
#81 - Top Favorites (This Week)
#27 - Top Favorites (This Week) - Music

Street Knuckles "A breath of fresh air, one of my favorite records of the year" Nic Harcourt, Morning Becomes Eclectic, KCRW-Los Angeles.

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Jessy was signed by Dreamworks Music in 2003 with her debut record, "Street Knuckles". Dreamworks closed their music doors in 2004- Street Knuckles was never released for general distribution.

Street Knuckles songs were selected and used for movies "Telling You Now' in Win A Date With Tad Hamilton, DEBS and sitcoms Smallville and Las Vegas.

The underground scene started to notice and follow her.
Jessy speaks to some of this process in her third album, "Polyamorous".

Jessy has been touring on the "Warped Tour" writing, making music as an independent.

Jessy has now released 3 more albums, Fast & Cheap 2005, Polyamorous 2005 and she has just finished a new CD ‘DOWN AT THE DISCO'

Played on Podcasts worldwide and radio, featured on music sites. Her song Sugar on Armand Van Helden's CD Nympho now released as a Paper Faces remix is high on the world dance charts (#16 in June 2006)

Gaining fans worldwide who are buying her CD’s on CDBaby, or through her website, and through digital downloads.


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Jessy Moss is an unusual player on the hip-hop landscape.
(CNN) -- Jessy Moss is an unusual player on the hip-hop landscape. She's a white female rapper/singer from Byron Bay, Australia.

The 6-foot-tall blonde takes an autobiographical approach to her music, writing about her father's struggle to raise four daughters with little money and the trouble she got into growing up.

Her debut album, "Street Knuckles,"
Moss knows she's navigating uncharted territory but hopes her music will speak for itself.

“This record is kind of about retribution and forgiveness,” then laughs and says
Asked to comment on the themes of Street Knuckles, Jessy Moss reflects: “This record is kind of about retribution and forgiveness,” then laughs and says, “and sometimes more about retribution than forgiveness!”

But Jessy also figures anyone singled out for retribution should be able to handle it. Shit happens, and it’s happened to her, but that’s not the point.

“People are more resilient than they make out,” she says. “I feel a lot of songwriters do this ‘poor me, and yeah, this is therapy’ thing, that whole cry for sympathy. I hope my tracks aren’t misconstrued as a big sulk about hardships – another person having a fucking whinge – because when you’re being autobiographical, you run that risk. But I believe we can handle whatever people dish out. We can. Just deal and get on with it.”

The composition of her debut album extends this no-nonsense outlook. The title’s surface meaning suggests the urban edge that powers much of the album; but, she explains, a “knuckle” is “a little something, a little gem, a little story.” Each song on the disc is “just something that happened, andso I write about it,” Jessy says. “I’m not trying to change the world or make any profound statement about injustices, because they exist for a reason. Who would want to take away the hardships? Without ’em, it would all be so shit-boring.”


anything this young woman creates will be a masterpiece
I have the album and this is particular one has turned into one of my favorites in a long time, her lyrics speak to me they are deep and tell it how it is. Her voice is incredible with her melodies, and her speed in the rapping still amazes me. My personal favorite songs are "Pick the Card", "I'll Manage", and "Telling You Know" which surely be hits. Be sure to catch this album and consider yourself lucky to be able to listen to this album, or anything this young woman creates because it will be a masterpiece that is for sure. One of the reasons she makes me proud to be called her fan.