Album: J.O. Cool & John Wade – First Impressions Brandon Caldwell July 6, 2011 Albums, Familiarize Yourself Running with the Kevin Nottingham stamp of approval for one of the best free LPs of the year (so far), Baton Rouge producer John Wade and South Carolina emcee J.O. Cool have come together to release their First Impressions. From the onset it’s evident that Wade is a fan of deep percussion and horns, letting his country cousin do plenty of the talking of the album. Cool offers his thoughts on relationships on “Look What You Made Me Do”, the game itself on the head banging “Put It On” and more. Half bluesy, half funk – Wade’s found the perfect compliment to his production outside of Rebel Je’ with Cool and First Impressions should serve notice that regionalism knows no limits between the edges of the South. Stream below, download link after the jump. DOWNLOAD: J.O. Cool & John Wade – First Impressions Share this:TweetShare on Tumblr Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.