14 hours Documentary: On The Road to Austin

The LxVE Collective

Hey family!

Check out this unreleased footage from AxJ's trip to Austin, TX in 2015. This is the trip that inspired the project 14 Hours giving AxJ a glimpse into what life would be like on the road with his team performing his music full-time. More importantly, it proved that people from all over the country would enjoy the art he's making.

About the album

This album was meant to be experienced in a car. Inspired by the 14-hour drive from Atlanta, Ga to Austin, Tx, it subtly poses the question, what are you so passionate about that you would pack up and drive across the country for? What are you that dedicated to? 

For AxJ (@AxjForever), it's clear that his love for creating and sharing his music is what fuels him.

Fans of AxJ will be impressed by the depth and edginess that the artist formerly known as Lyrical A.J. displays on his latest work. It's obvious he's becoming confident in the lane he's created for himself. Even better, there's something for everyone on this album. No matter if you tune in for dope lyrics of for tight production, 14 Hours has you covered. With the help of producers Juran Ratchford (@Sax.Love.Money) and Nick "The Quick" Dean (@NickTheQuick89) guiding the way sonically, the album literally takes you on a journey. 

Per usual, the Indianapolis native does his best to support his hometown and does so cleverly by going back and forth with his long-time friend Alec Parish, (affectionately known as A.P. or @TwoDotz), on the songs "And 1", "6-Points" and the super inspiring track "Whatever you do." The project also includes a feature from Naptown's prodigy super-producer, Ozzie Clarke, and St. Louis Native, Mvstermind, on the summer anthem "Roll Bounce." 

Take a listen and add your favorite songs to your playlists. Even better, make a pledge to support AxJ financially through his Patreon page. A commitment as low as $1 goes a long way towards empowering this talented artist to create more dope music.

Make a Pledge to Support AxJ's music: axjforever.com/support

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