Everything's Fine 01:07
My Contribution To This Scam 04:42
OhSh (feat. Hannibal Buress) 04:31
House Call (feat. Big Tone, Anna Wise, Jonathan Hoard) 03:17
Don't Worry It's Fine (John Hodgman, Michael Che) 00:50
Gold Purple Orange 05:00 video
Doing Better Than Ever (feat. Ashok "Dap" Kondabolu) 02:07
The Smoking Man (feat. Denmark Vessey) 03:53
Breakfast of Champions 03:14
Scoop of Dirt (feat. Your Old Droog) 04:03
Zero (free) 04:45
Everything's Still Fine (feat. Nick Offerman) 02:12
Waiting For The Moon (feat. Mosel, Anna Wise) 05:29
River (feat. Anna Wise) 06:56
When you hear the phrase, “everything’s fine,” we immediately understand it as emotional shorthand. In daily life, we depend on those perfunctory clichés (hope all is well, good to hear from you, etc.) to spare ourselves from the psychological unpacking that the truth requires. For that, there’s art. For that, there’s Everything’s Fine from Jean Grae and Quelle Chris, a jagged, acerbic odyssey that brilliantly riffs on this dystopian zeitgeist.
The thing is, anyone without a lobotomy and a toxic red hat understands that things are definitely not fine. The crush of modern anxiety, the late capitalist scramble to survive, and the brain warp rot of social media has left most of us half crazy.
“We have a dickhead for a president, and before our eyes, racial, religious, and sexual identity rights are moving backwards,” says New York’s (by way of Detroit) Quelle Chris. “Money is still a thing (I’m waiting for Star Trek life to start). There’s war, your kids may be sick, but if someone randomly asks "how's it going?" most people will say "fine."