Speaking ahead of the release of Nibiru Tut, Beans breaks down the inspiration behind the album, talks about how he tried to format it like a jazz project, and explains why he’d snub a conversation with Donald Trump.
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Midway between Chance the Rapper and Mika, Jak reminds us that it is still possible to get excited about positive music.
Sonically, Ric Wilson draws on the melodic rap influence of his Chicago brothers and sisters. Wilson echoes aspirations that are equally close to Anderson .Paak as they are Chicago role model Chance the Rapper.
Casual behaviour and outrageous comments quickly gave Tyler Okonma a certain notoriety. Recently endorsed by the musical intelligentsia after Flower Boy and a Grammy nod, the Californian is now abandoning his punk attitude and following in the footsteps of his mentors, Kanye West and Pharrell Williams. His sixth project, IGOR, confirms both his musical and emotional sensitivity.
Jamila Woods' second album, LEGACY! LEGACY! is an ode to self-love, rooted in the struggles of yesterday and today. It is comprised of twelve portraits of her personal heroes, offering a musical perspective on her racial and gendered struggle.
An occasion that is not to be missed, the annual La Défense Jazz Festival has been gaining more and more traction year on year.
Half-Japanese and half-New Zealander, Mark de Clive-Lowe was initially invested in electro club culture before becoming a jazz musician. He finds multiple artistic voices with his new album, Heritage. We caught up with him in New York at the Winter Jazz Fest, January 2019.