Here’s the final and 3rd video from the recent free event by The Miguel Atwood-Ferguson Ensemble in Los Angeles, CA. Hopefully by now, you’ve checked the previous two videos, one featuring Bilal, and the other featuring Flying Lotus. Backed by some of today’s best musicians, including Chris ‘Daddy’ Dave on drums and Stephen ‘Thundercat’ Bruner on bass, The Miguel Atwood-Ferguson Ensemble’s performance was truly as special moment for Los Angeles.
This final video features Aloe Blacc. Together, Miguel and Aloe pay homage and tribute to Gang Starr MC Keith ‘Guru’ Elam, doing an arrangement of Gang Starr’s Betrayal, which initially featured Scarface. Aloe Blacc’s album Good Things is also out now via the Stones …