Whosoever South, the pioneers of Country Crunk, have teamed up with 6-time Dove Award winning Christian rap/hip-hop artist, KJ-52, for the new single and music video, "We All One People." The powerful song from Whosoever South's third studio album, Backroads & Small Towns, seeks to unite at a time when our nation seems more divided than ever.
"I was very excited when Rowdy offered to have me jump on this song," says KJ-52. "It's a very important message in this day and age."
"We have the choice right now to be divided by hate or united by love," adds Whosever South's Sarah Eunice. "Choose love."
Whosoever South continues to create a sound all their own, mixing traditional hip-hop with a country flare reminiscent of their deep Georgia southern roots-all centered around a clear Gospel message. Comprised of Rowdy Eunice, Sarah Eunice and Mike Mitchell, Whosoever South' first emerged in 2013 with their national debut album, Goin' Home. An immediate hit, the genre-bending group followed up with their 2014 release, Come On In.
With the October release of Backroads & Small Towns, Whosoever South is back and better than ever. In early August, the trio quietly dropped a music video for the single, "Georgia," and in less than a month the video exceeded a half million views on Facebook alone. They followed that with a second music video, this time for the single, "That's Country," which is also quickly becoming a hit with fans and new followers alike.
Their new album, Backroads & Small Towns, is available now wherever music is sold.