Jacksonville progressive hip hop band Universal Green recently premiered visuals to “Purple Clouds” off their self-titled EP out now. “Purple Clouds”, a call to blaze up your lighters and inhale the purple smoke, accompanies other recognizable EP favorites like “Money” and “Jacksonville.” Listen to the five-song project here and watch the video below.
About Universal Green
Darryl Green – Vocals
Tez Burney – Keys/Vocals
Jack Ringca – Guitar/Vocals
Adrian Jackson – Trombone/Sousaphone
Cory Hawkins – Bass
Jason Hunnicutt – Drums
Universal Green is a Progressive Hip-Hop band from Jacksonville, Florida. They’ve shared the stage with everyone from independent artists such as Astronautalis, to Hip-Hop legends, Too Short and Scarface. Their music ranges from rhythm and blues based songs to reggae, rock, and a myriad of other styles. The diverse backgrounds of each member lend their voices to create the unique sound and atmosphere of the band; evoking everything from break beats to gypsy music. Having played One Spark, a crowd funding festival designed to support the innovative community, the band received funding for a full length album. They are currently planning an East Coast Tour once it is released.