Jae Skeese releases new ‘Iroquois Pliskin’ EP with “71 Custer” video.
Currently on the road with Conway The Machine for his “Love Will Get You Killed Tour”, Jae Skeese is one of the first signees to Conway The Machine’s Drumwork Music Group imprint, and he is currently finishing his debut project, ‘Abolished Uncertainties’, for the label; which will be executive produced by Conway.
After appearing on two songs from the deluxe version of Conway The Machine’s ‘From King To A GOD’, and the first single, “Blood Roses”, from ‘La Maquina‘, Jae Skeese continued his ascent by not only appearing (“Drumwork” with fellow signee 7xvethegenius) on Conway’s Shady Records debut album ‘God Don’t Make Mistakes‘ but also by contributing to the album’s rollout, as Skeese murked two different freestyles alongside Conway on Bootleg Kev and LA Leakers.
After dropping the project’s first single and video–“Against Tha Grain”–which features Conway The Machine and Flee Lord, Jae Skeese’s ‘Iroquois Pliskin’ is now available at all DSPs.
Skeese also released a new visual for “71 Custer” as well, which can be viewed below…
The EP’s title, ‘Iroquois Pliskin’, is inspired by one of Metal Gear Solid’s main characters, Solid Snake, aliases as Skeese continues to draw inspiration from the game’s characters and artwork for his projects.
“The ‘Iroquois Pliskin’ EP is me officially letting the world know I’m in the game, and that I have the creative ability to stand on my own two feet as an artist” Skeese proclaims. “Of course, fans have heard me on all Conway The Machine’s projects, and they love those records and my contributions to them; but they have yet to be introduced to my story and thoughts, so I think this EP was necessary to take that next leap as I continue to ascend and get the people ready for my Drumwork debut album, ‘Abolished Uncertainties’. I sound more polished than I ever have, and I got more comfortable with speaking about aspects of my personality that I wasn’t comfortable with sharing previously.”
You can now purchase, stream, add, and favorite Jae Skeese’s ‘Iroquois Pliskin’ EP at your preferred DSP