Fuck Yo Feelings Robert Glasper Experiment

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Album-Release:
2020

HRA-Release:
01.05.2020

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  • 1Intro04:46
  • 2This Changes Everything04:16
  • 3Gone03:44
  • 4Let Me In04:39
  • 5In Case You Forgot01:40
  • 6Indulging In Such03:43
  • 7Fuck Yo Feelings02:30
  • 8Endangered Black Woman03:45
  • 9Expectations04:54
  • 10All I Do06:53
  • 11Aah Whoa02:54
  • 12I Want You02:43
  • 13Trade In Bars Yo01:42
  • 14DAF Fall Out01:38
  • 15Sunshine01:52
  • 16Liquid Swords04:37
  • 17DAF FTF04:32
  • 18Treal07:27
  • 19Cold02:00
  • Total Runtime01:10:15

Info for Fuck Yo Feelings



Legendary genre-bending, multiple Grammy and Emmy-winning artist and producer Robert Glasper has released his newest project, Fuck Yo Feelings, today via Loma Vista Recordings, coinciding with the first day of his month-long residency at the Blue Note in New York. Fuck Yo Feelings is the result of a 2-day session in which Glasper invited musician friends to stop by the studio and organically create together, the final result being this mixtape which sonically documents the lost art of improv and on the spot collaborations that can only come from authentic relationships and true artistry. Glasper’s sound can hardly be defined but is built on his unique blend of jazz, hip-hop and neo-soul. Fuck Yo Feelings is an inspired update in that lineage, blending the personalities of himself and his collaborators that include a top-tier range of standout artists across different scenes that only Glasper could put in the same room –Yasiin Bey, Herbie Hancock, Andra Day, YBN Cordae, Terrace Martin, Baby Rose, Bilal, Buddy, Denzel Curry, Mick Jenicks, SiR, Rapsody and more. The mixtape marks the first time Glasper has re-united and recorded with Chris Dave (featured in Rolling Stone’s “100 Greatest Drummers of all Time”) and Derrick Hodge (bass) in nearly ten years since 2012’s Black Radio, Glasper’s unanimously celebrated album that took home the Grammy Award for Best R&B album in 2013. Earlier this week, Glasper announced the surprise project earlier this week with a mini-doc that first premiered on HypeBeast IGTV and is now streaming on YouTube..

Fuck Yo Feelings marks Glasper’s first release of original music under his own name since ArtScience, the Robert Glasper Experiment’s 2016 album, and his debut project on Loma Vista Recordings. Glasper has not only been been a member of other supergroups, including August Greene (with Common and Karriem Riggins) and R+R=NOW ( with (Terrace Martin, Christian Scott, Derrick Hodge, Taylor McFerrin, Justin Tyson), but has also played a major role in some of the most important releases of the century, contributing most notably with a major hand in Kendrick Lamar’s critically acclaimed To Pimp a Butterfly and most recently to Brittany Howard’s Jaime, with a laundry list in between that reads like a wish list for most artists.


Robert Glasper
has long kept one foot planted firmly in jazz and the other in hip-hop and R&B. He’s worked extensively with Q-Tip, playing keyboards on the rapper’s 2008 album The Renaissance and co-writing the album single “Life Is Better” which featured his label mate Norah Jones. Glasper also serves as the music director in yasiin bey’s touring band, and has toured with the multi-platinum R&B singer Maxwell.

The Los Angeles Times once wrote that “it's a short list of jazz pianists who have the wherewithal to drop a J Dilla reference into a Thelonious Monk cover, but not many jazz pianists are Robert Glasper,” adding that “he's equally comfortable in the worlds of hip-hop and jazz,” and praising the organic way in which he “builds a bridge between his two musical touchstones.”

Glasper drove that point home with his last album, 2009’s Double-Booked, which was split neatly in half. The first part featured his acoustic Trio, which had gathered a great deal of acclaim in the jazz world and beyond over the course of two previous Blue Note albums (2005’s Canvas and 2007’s In My Element). The second part featured his electric Experiment band and hinted at things to come, even earning the keyboardist his first GRAMMY nomination for “All Matter,” a collaboration with the singer Bilal that was among the contenders in the Best Urban/Alternative Performance category in 2010.

With Black Radio, the Experiment band has fully arrived. Featuring Glasper on piano and Fender Rhodes, Casey Benjamin on vocoder and saxophone, Derrick Hodge on electric bass, and Chris Dave on drums, the band is plugged in and open source. Each of the band members is prodigiously talented and lives naturally in multiple musical worlds, distilling countless influences into a singular voice. “That’s what makes this band unique,” says Glasper. “We can go anywhere, literally anywhere, we want to go. We all have musical ADD and we love it.”

Black Radio also features many of Glasper’s famous friends from across the spectrum of urban music, seamlessly incorporating appearances from a jaw-dropping roll call of special guests including Erykah Badu, Bilal, Lupe Fiasco, Lalah Hathaway, Shafiq Husayn (Sa-Ra), KING, Ledisi, Chrisette Michele, Musiq Soulchild, Meshell Ndegeocello, Stokley Williams (Mint Condition), and yasiin bey.

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