Willie Isz combine the skills of a set of musical non-conformists: Khujo Goodie, of Goodie Mob popularity, and Jneiro Jarel, your brain behind Dr. Who Dat? With this off-kilter combo, it’s small shock that, like Gnarls Barkley (a set similarly having a Goodie Mob member and a trailblazing maker), the ensuing duo creates concoctions that check the limitations of what can be explained as hip-hop. Willie Isz turn fiercer and grittier than their cousin Gnarls, alternating rap and croon around deep funk and hard techno shipped at a roadrunner speed. Acquiring the Willie through the people’ fathers’ titles as well as the Isz from starving creatures presented in the 1990s wire toon The Maxx, Khujo and Jneiro coalesced around a distributed love for his or her home condition of Georgia as well as for turning music on its hearing. Their 2009 debut, Georgiavania, turned styles with almost every stage, often morphing as much as three times using one monitor, mixing crunk, jump, snap, and additional pat Southern rap noises with from Philly spirit to experimental rock and roll to techno. The eclectic record gained critical like from sources which range from XLR8R and Remix to Pitchfork.