My Point of Hue is a FREE conceptual mixtape released by A Man Called Jason. This is the sixth mixtape that he has released as a solo artist. The title of the mixtape is a play-on of words. “It’s MY point of VIEW on my HUE/color/race” says A Man Called Jason. The concept is coming from the viewpoint (or “hue”point) of a black man who grew up in an urban (predominantly black) neighborhood, went to college, got a career and now living in middle-class suburbia. This mixtape cover topics such as the race card, the n-word, media’s perception of black men, as well as inspirational, educational, and family songs. The goal of this mixtape is spark effective and productive conversation about race while learning how to see things from other viewpoints and reduce generalization.
released July 18, 2017
Cover Design: Creatiworks
Recorded and Mixed by A Man Called Jason
Production credits: Huppsound, Freshcoast Productions, NyRoGlic, Nik Dinev, The Stuyvesants, DSTL, Sángo, Jake One, Crank Lucas, Noah Lopez, and Jay Swifa
Sample and Interlude credits: CB4 Movie, Family Matters Theme Song, LeBron James/ NBC News, "Fox News is extremely racist" by mediamatters4america, "Things Black Men Are Tired Of Hearing" by Boldly, Jamilah Lemieux & Amber Phillips Discuss Cultural Journalism with The Breakfast Club, interpolation of "I Been On" by Beyoncé, Dr. Phil Show, "Michael Jordan's Final Shot 98", "Florida wins it at the buzzer! Chris Chiozza hits a 3 to beat Wisconsin"