Saturday, April 10, 2010

Preach Jacobs Represents ‘South Coca’

By Shelby Sachs

Preach Jacobs, a hip-hop triple threat, is the epitome of what a true artist is all about. He knows no matter how much success and fame he gains, he will always stick to his roots of ‘South Coca.’
Don’t let his age fool you, at only 26-years-old, Preach Jacobs has already accomplished much as an emcee, journalist and photographer. He recently signed to London-based label, R2 Records, where he released his latest album “Maple St. Sessions” with the help of artist and producer Denz.
His first single, “Falling,” already has rave reviews and has heavy rotation on some of the top radio and music stations. To top all that off, his video for “Falling” was recently awarded an ADDY award from the American Advertising Federation.
Thus far, 2010 has been a pretty great year for Preach Jacobs, and will continue to be as he has multiple new projects planned ranging from one called the “Dread Zepplin” to one titled “Passport.” Along with this, he is planning on releasing another full-length album; this one, however, will take a little bit longer to drop but will definitely be worth the wait. As if you thought that was enough, he recently started up an online magazine titled “MoBettaSoul” which covers anything from his own music and interviews, to reviews and videos from other artists that inspire him.
On April 15, MoBettaSoul will present Preach Jacobs at The White Mule with local artists and friends Sons of Young and the Secret B-sides. He has performed with both of these artists quite often, and they enjoy sharing the stage with one another.
If you would like to find out more information on Preach Jacobs, or pick up a copy of his latest album, “Maple St. Sessions,” make sure to check out his website at

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