Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
Purchasable with gift card
$1.29USD or more
"Mother Cuffing Chains" is a hard funk bounce groove with heavy lyricism affirming the need for lyricists to do better. The flow intricately weaves and matches the driving synth, guitar riff and moving bassline in an impressive verse... The chorus pushes the adrenaline to the next level, to the point where participation is the only option... The open chords and stabs pull you in completely until you can’t not sing "Watch me, Watch you, Watch me, break the chains" in some sort of strange funky dimensional self-help hiphop time warp.
supported by 44 fans who also own “Mother Cuffing Chains (dirty version)”
Yes indeed; New Orleans finest on top form!
Ever since Mr.Scott made such an impact with Marcus Miller's 'Tutu Revisited' project he has been on my radar. 'Christian a Tunde Adjuah' was a fine album but this is spectacular with Congo Square at its heart,I think...it has so many ideas and references that it is unclassifiable other than essential.
Miles Davis used to append the monogram 'New Directions In Music' to his Columbia albums...the same applies here.