[Click here to listen to Jmil's mixtape, Flomogenic; click here to listen to his debut EP, NEOTokyo.]
"Who is Jmil Kly?"
The dopest rapper repping Dallas, TX, that's who! The soul of hip-hop is at stake. Jmil is walking a higher path to save it, with conscious-yet-entertaining music remiscient of a young Nas.
"What is The Boy King?"
If Jmil's debut EP, NEOTokyo, was John the Baptist, The Boy King is Jesus! Walking on genres from hip-hop to soul to electronic, Jmil is set to perform a miracle. "Real hip-hop should be about the good, the bad and the ugly," says Jmil. "And I'm The Man with No Name."
"When will The Boy King be released?"
The Boy King is set to drop this Spring (expect plenty of updates!).
"Why does Jmil Kly need $6500?"
He's already raised $3500 through traditional means (begging family and close friends). Now he's turning to IndieGoGo and supportive folks like you to help with:
Touring (throughout Texas and surrounding states)
- Travel (includes gas and travel vehicle maintenance)
- Food (Wal-Mart grub)
- Lodging (the cheapest he can find that doesn't say "Bates Motel")
- Merchandise (wholesale t-shirts, caps, buttons, posters, etc.)
- Facebook ad campaign (Jmil's most visible web presence)
- Video production (two singles produced as music videos)
"I'm not able to donate at this time. Is there another way to help?"
Yes, indeed! You can still get the word out about this talented new voice in music. Tell your family, friends, co-workers, schoolmates -- even your enemies -- about Jmil Kly and The Boy King. If they're on Facebook, send them to facebook.com/jmilkly. Or jmilkly.tumblr.com. Or jamilkelley.bandcamp.com.