Coinciding with his Blue Note residency and with Black Radio 3 to be issued in 2022 here's the Robert Glasper just-released single Shine

Featuring D Smoke and Tiffany Gouché and ahead of Black Radio 3 to be released by Loma Vista next year here's the latest Robert Glasper single 'Shine'. Glasper's first release since the Grammy winning 'Better Than I Imagined' (featuring H.E.R), …

Published: 7 Oct 2021. Updated: 20 days.

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Featuring D Smoke and Tiffany Gouché and ahead of Black Radio 3 to be released by Loma Vista next year here's the latest Robert Glasper single 'Shine'. Glasper's first release since the Grammy winning 'Better Than I Imagined' (featuring H.E.R), Glasper collaborator D Smoke last month joined the pianist on stage at the Kennedy Center where the TL Benton-directed video was also shot. Glasper says: "I was so happy to collaborate with D Smoke on this song. He's definitely one of the leading voices in today’s new generation of hip-hop. He has his feet planted in the soil of real music and comes from a family of amazing musicians and artists. That being said, also shout out to Tiffany Gouché, his cousin who’s on the song as well. We want to see everybody shine.” Robert Glasper, above. Photo: Mancy Gant

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Chelsea Carmichael, Bone and Soil, Native Rebel ****

It's all shaping up so well. On fire and best track yet but they're all compelling so far 'Bone and Soil' from the powerful upcoming Native Rebel Chelsea Carmichael 22 October release The River Doesn’t Like Strangers there's a lot going on within …

Published: 7 Oct 2021. Updated: 20 days.

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It's all shaping up so well. On fire and best track yet but they're all compelling so far 'Bone and Soil' from the powerful upcoming Native Rebel Chelsea Carmichael 22 October release The River Doesn’t Like Strangers there's a lot going on within the sound. Eddie Hick for instance on drums driving hard on the no messing saxophone-led onslaught. The London-out-of-Warrington player is inspired by the poet Nayyirah Waheed on this latest track and Chelsea adds: “I feel that the way that I play on this record draws inspiration from the lineage of black music making and the Caribbean diasporas. It only felt right to reference my own lineage, and what has always been inside me even before a saxophone was put in my hands.” Chelsea Carmichael, photo: Adama Jalloh