Jerome loves music. Here are his current top artists and tracks (all data from Spotify).

📝 Note: This page is in-progress.

Please support artists by going to shows (when we can again), purchasing music, especially local and indie. Like Nice Rec’s, “Drink The Blue Sky” on Bandcamp.

Links will open in, and all data comes from Spotify.

My “Music” library is at over 50 days, and am continuing an ever growing vinyl collection (have not yet made the leap to first editions, heh).

Change time frequency

I’ve had Spotify since March 2020, so you can go back that far or two other options currently.

Top Artists

Though I feel I have an eclectic taste, it is obvious I listen to a lot of my personal heavy hitters a lot.

Top Tracks

Sometimes I tend to play the same song over and over again (and over and over again).

Year In Review

This data is from Spotify too if you can imagine. Would be nice to do more of a breakdown like the Spotify Wrapped but here are the top of the pops baby.


I think it is understated how much music got me through the year that was 2021.

Artist of the Year (2021)

J Dilla

James Dewitt Yancey was an American record producer and rapper who emerged in the mid-1990s underground hip hop scene in Detroit, Michigan.

Although his life and career were short, Jay Dee/J Dilla is widely considered to be one of the most influential producers in the hip-hop genre

  • Alternative Hip Hop
  • Detroit Hip Hop
  • Hip Hop

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Image of J Dilla

Song of the Year (2021)


Road Of The Lonely Ones

  • Alternative Hip Hop
  • Hip Hop
  • Psychedelic Hip Hop

Off of “Sound Ancestors” released in 2021.

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Image of Madlib


I think it is also understated how much music got me through the year that was 2020.

Artist of the Year (2020)


Describing himself as “a DJ first, producer second, and MC last,” Madlib is the primary alias of Otis Jackson, Jr., who has become one of the most celebrated, prolific, and eclectic artists in hip-hop since emerging on the scene in the early ‘90s.

  • Alternative Hip Hop
  • Funk
  • Hip Hop

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Image of Madlib

Song of the Year (2020)

Run The Jewels, Greg Nice, DJ Premier

ooh la la (feat. Greg Nice & DJ Premier)

  • Hip Hop
  • Political Hip Hop
  • East Coast Hip Hop

Off of “RTJ4” released in 2020.

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Image of Run The Jewels, Greg Nice, DJ Premier