Robert Glasper

Robert Glasper

On the 2012 released album "Black Radio" keyboardist Robert Glasper established with his band The Robert Glasper Experiment a new paradigm for creative music over fixed genre boundaries goes far to create a unique vision. A vision that draws on influences of all contemporary black music styles, but also reflects elements of other styles. Rarely an ambitious project has been unanimously praised by critics and loved by the audience as "Black Radio". The album conquered both No. 1 Billboard jazz charts and # 1 on the iTunes charts Rhythm'n'Blues and debuted also at number 10 on Billboards "Top Current Albums" charts. this year it was also awarded the best Rhythm'n'Blues album with a Grammy.

End of september will be "2 Black Radio" show at blue Note under the title the continuation of this project, on the re-stylistic boundaries are overridden by the model of "Black Radio" to reach new musical heights The Robert Glasper Experiment. Here Glasper has received the core of his band: Supported the keyboard again by the fantastic bassist Derrick Hodge and Casey Benjamin on saxophones and vocoder. For the original drummer Chris Dave then came the not MIDER talented Mark Colesburg in the band, who learned his craft at sizes as Joe Chambers, Lenny White, Robby Ameen and Andrew Cyrille and already with Lizz Wright, Erykah Badu, Macy Gray, Kenny Garrett , Chico Freeman and Kurt Rosenwinkel worked. As on the first album gathered Robert Glasper on "Black Radio 2" an incredible group of high-profile singers and rappers: this time his standing in his experiments common, Patrick Stump, Brandy, Jill Scott, Dwele, Marsha Ambrosius, Anthony Hamilton, Faith Evans, Norah Jones, Snoop Dogg, Lupe Fiasco, Emeli Sande, Lalah Hathaway and Malcolm-Jamal Warner aside.

Fans can check out the new album already mittles an app to inform that it exclusively and for free on the iTunes App Store are: The Official Robert Glasper Experiment App allows a reinzuschnuppern in a couple of new tracks to watch exclusive videos, always updated Tour- to obtain information and to buy music.

On "Black Radio 2" presented The Robert Glasper Experiment for an intro ten brand new songs of amazing bandwidth: the spectrum ranges from the brilliant number "I Stand Alone", the rapper Common and singer Patrick Stump of the alternative rock band case Out Boy featuret, About Jill Scott sensual ode "calls" to "Somebody Else", a showcase for the BRIT Award winner Emeli Sande. Rounding out the album is a cover version of Stevie Wonder's "Jesus Children Of America". The song, interpreted here by Lalah Hathaway in under the skin continuous manner, contains a moving recitation of poet and spoken word artist Malcolm-Jamal Warner, which he had dedicated the twenty young victims of the rampage in the Sandy Hook Elementary School. was produced "Black Radio 2" by Robert Glasper together with Nicole Hegeman and Eli Wolf.

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