Today in bizarre freestyle videos, we bring you the 19-year-old Adequate Advocate, birth name Josh Jackson, who found himself in a bit of a pickle Monday night. Perhaps that is an understatement - police officers and a SWAT team had him cornered in his house after he allegedly threatened his roommates with a knife, as Gawker reports.
Apparently inspired by this predicament, Adequate did what any true G would do in this situation and made a freestyle about it, moments before the police busted into his house with flashbangs (watch until the end, if you can bear it). If that's not instant street cred, I don't know what is. Unfortunately, I doubt he's gonna be able to cash that in for a record deal or anything, but he should have plenty of time to hone his craft while he awaits trial.
Best of luck to you, Adequate Advocate. Once you get your flow down and record another sick verse, be sure to post it in our User Submissions section, and be sure to #GoWhereYouLove, as long as you're not #GoingToPrison.
Duane Jackson is a music artist from Binghamton, NY. He's 26 years old and has been recording music since the middle of '02 however he began taking it more seriously little over a year ago. With only 2 shows under his belt and a recently dropped first album self-titled "Duane Jacksons Day Off" it would seem he's new to the game. Still, he has recorded over 350 songs to date and is no rookie to the music. His style goes between slow and fast tempo songs yet doesn't follow the club music formula, his approach aims more towards the Joe Budden "Mood Muzik" feel with many reflective, almost confessional tracks. Duane has learned to be resourceful regarding most angles of producing and packaging of an album himself due to having little to no budget to work with. It's never been the money he's interested in, it's the ability to be heard. With a lot on his mind and the one thing he knows being music, he's chosen that as his avenue to get his word out.
01. "DJ Do Intro"
02. "All In"
04. "Weed (Skit)"
06. "Duane Jackson's Day Off" f/ Mello & Mad Comic