The Black Opera continues to spread their message throughout the world, opening up for Ghostface Killah & Adrian Younge and working on a new studio EP for Mello Music Group. Today, they are excited to share their Oddisee remix of the song “Queen of Hearts” featuring Mayer Hawthorne. The original version is from their album “Libretto: Of King Legend” which is available now via Mello Music Group.
UK producer Eric Lau is preparing for his upcoming “One of Many” album being released on June 17th via Kilawatt Music. The album is entirely produced by Eric Lau and features guest appearances from Oddisee, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Olivier St. Louis, Fatima, Rahel and others.
Today enjoy the second single from the upcoming album for the song “Where To Go Now” featuring frequent collaborator Tawiah.
Baltimore emcee Substantial released his Oddisee executive produced album, “Home Is Where The Art Is” late last year and quickly garnered acccolades from his strong worldwide fan base. Since then, Substantial has toured with yU (of Diamond District), seen the vinyl release of his record, performed at the Smithsonian in DC, and released a wildly successful tribute album to Jill Scott titled “Jackin’ Jill”. Today, Substantial wanted to share the entire collection of instrumentals from “Home Is Where The Art Is” with his fans. The complete instrumentals will be free for a week before heading up on iTunes, so be sure and grab them now. Beats by Oddisee, Eric Lau, M-Phazes, Algorythm, and more!
Substantial “Home Is Where The Art Is” continues to grace speakers domestically and internationally after having gained critical acclaim a few months back. Since releasing the Oddisee executive produced album, Substantial has done a quick tour with Diamond District emcee yU, dropped a few bonus tracks with Oddisee, Homeboy Sandman, and others, and even was invited to do an akapelah show at the Smithsonian in DC.
“Speak about it, Then I be about it.”
For the album cut “Resilient,” Substantial brings on Seattle producer and Bop Alloy partner Marcus D to provide a smoothed out, jazz infused remix. The track, originally produced by Eric Lau, is a testament to the strength it takes to claim your identity and walk your own path. The Marcus D …
Oddisee and his band (Mammoth) linked up with TONE for his Live At The Loft series for a great evening hosted by Peter Rosenberg (Hot 97) with support from Melo-X and DJ Jasmine Solano. The band features singer, Olivier Daysoul on guitar and vocals, Jon Laine on drums, Dennis Turner on bass, Ralph Real on keys and Unown on the Akai MPC. Oddisee has been touring his latest album “People Hear What They See” all over the world, and today, you can check out this intimate performance while at home. The video was produced, directed and edited by TONE.