Work / Art

Jayson Scott Musson

In 2008 rap troupe Plastic Little released Welcome to the Jang House, a clever melting pot of an album that combined appropriately-random samples (Peabo Bryson’s A Whole New World, for example, as featured in Disney’s Aladdin) with caustic wit and biting critique. But frontman Jayson Musson’s creative activities aren’t confined to music – the Philadelphia-based hyphenate is an artist too, and has created a body of work that, like Plastic Little’s output, draws us in with humour and shocks with acute satire.