WHITE COLLAR PRISON Share a Satirical New Single, “If It’s Not Too Much Trouble (You’re Going to Jail)”

WHITE COLLAR PRISON Share a satirical new single, "If It's Not Too Much Trouble (You're Going to Jail)"

WHITE COLLAR PRISON is a musical led by Gregory James Jenkins and Neil Garguilo. They have just released their first single, “If It’s Not Too Much Trouble (You’re Going to Jail),” which gives the term white-collar crime a whole new humorous twist by way of pointed wit underscoring the often unnoticed injustices encountered inside the legal system.

If It’s Not Too Much Trouble (You’re Going to Jail)” is a satirized detailing of the fall of Congressman Richard Dutch as he is charged or implicated with everything from insider trading to embezzlement. The catchy chorus and lyrics focus on an absurdity in the justice system where wealth does seem to succeed in providing insulation because far too often the guilty don’t face true consequences. Jenkins and Garguilo have teamed up for a production that, while funny, is also thought-provoking in terms of the variances in the dispensation of justice.

And this follows WHITE COLLAR PRISON‘s controversial project, “if it’s not too much trouble,”  which has caused quite a stir on the underground circuit. The duo is famed for their biting lyrics and irresistible melodies, beguiling listeners with a vision of a whirlingly spinning underbelly of privilege and social rot. A unique brand of satire and comment in their music is what ascribes to issues related to power and morality.

The two have belted out stand-out, great, and effective music before. Film, television, and digital series’s Emmy Award-winning songwriters are Gregory James Jenkins and Neil Garguilo. The duo has become the pulse of the innovative style with which they tell stories in music, which keeps on redefining the genre time after time. Never to mention that WHITE COLLAR PRISON is entirely packed with a surprisingly talented line-up. With performances by Lucas Grabeel, Alex Lewis, Mary Birdsong, Epic Lloyd, and Rob Cantor, all of their meaningful depth and charisma breathed further into the music, better shaping the storyline and emotion. It means their joint projects make music extremely cultivated and attractive to listeners.

The brains behind WHITE COLLAR PRISON would be Gregory James Jenkins, Neil Garguilo; their music has some satirical real-life matter with a mix of humor that makes things serious and funny and contributes to making hard things enjoyable. They are very much making stories and characters relating to their songs, making sure that every single track is relevant and consistent with reality.

As WHITE COLLAR PRISON continues to reinvent itself and push the envelope with its music, it’s really tracks like “If It’s Not Too Much Trouble (You’re Going to Jail)” that prove the vision and impulse to provoke debate really take hold. This latest release is certainly something that will question the status quo and the real price of corruption and privilege for listeners.

Listen now to the latest track by WHITE COLLAR PRISON, “If It’s Not Too Much Trouble (You’re Going to Jail)” below: