French based producer, Dandy Teru, released his album “Adventures” today via Ubiquity Records. The album is a delicate mix of hip hop, nu-jazz, future soul, and downtempo that has been so successful for Ubiquity over the years and the album features guest appearances from Count Bass D, Rita J, Moka Only, Tall Black Guy, Ty and others.
In celebration of the album release, Ubiquity and Dandy Teru are providing a full album stream of “Adventures” via their Bandcamp page.
Dandy Teru’s “Adventures” album drops this coming Tuesday, April 23rd via Ubiquity Records. The album showcases Teru’s influences of hip hop, soul, downtempo, and broken beat and features guest appearances from Count Bass D, Rita J, Quiet Dawn, others.
As the album release is right around the corner, take a trip into Dandy Teru’s studio for a session with Quiet Dawn and Supafuh. The studio session takes viewers into the various conversations that take place when recording and producing an album, and you can see how Dandy Teru, Quiet Dawn and Supafuh all provide their own input on the music at hand.
French producer, Dandy Teru, linked up with Ubiquity Records to release his upcoming album “Adventures” on April 23rd. The album is an eclectic mix of Downtempo, Nu Jazz, Soul, and Hip Hop and also features guest appearances from Count Bass D, Moka Only, Ty, Rita J, a remix from Tall Black Guy, and others.
Today, enjoy the first official music video from “Adventures” for the song “Waters” featuring Quiet Dawn. The video was directed by GM for Ce Con De Chat.
Dallas producer, Gensu Dean, drops his first official music video from his recently released album “Lo-Fi Fingahz” via Mello Music Group. The album pairs Gensu Dean’s dusty SP1200 production with guest features from the likes of Brand Nubian, Roc Marciano, Count Bass D, David Banner, DMC of Run D.M.C., Prince Po and others.
Today, enjoy the official music video for the song “Forever” featuring Large Professor. The video was directed by Calvan Fowler for DayDream Film Works.