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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3wn8igSeiCI Okay so this album isn't new, it was released 27 March last year. It's a pretty tight, if somewhat sparse album. It has a dark spooky vibe that nicely melds many of the sounds of recent electronic music: post-dubstep, rnb, footwork, future-garage, trap, that witch genre, minimalist dub; a sound that I wouldn't say it's anything ground-breaking, but it's very cleanly executed. The standouts for me are 'Set it Off' 'DMT' and 'Breeze' 'forest fires'. Anyhow, what I find surprising is that the full album has 1,358,840 views on youtube. I haven't found tracked the source but apparently XXYYXX called himself the head of the illuminati, lol, and I'm not sure if that has anything to do with the proportionally larger amount of listeners (as opposed to most of this type of music) he has acquired, but either way I find it interesting to read all these comments from electronic music virgins who have stumbled onto this and having their minds rearranged. It's pretty awesome that stuff like this is reaching a much larger audience, don't you think?
“Robert Glasper proves why he’s a multitalent to be reckoned with on his brilliant fourth album, Black Radio. While his roots are definitely in jazz, the bandleader knows no boundaries." — Billboard Review http://articles.lati...lasper-20120322 iTunes http://itunes.apple....dio/id488036560 Robert Glasper is the man, and this latest album is off the chain; all of his music is worth checking out. This is some of the best music I've ever heard, couldn't help but share. Jazz, hip hop, soul, RnB.