This week’s Listenin’ Booth includes music from French-Caribbean singer, bassist and producer Adi Oasis and her collaboration with vocalist Jamila Woods. Plus four other essential tunes you should be listening to right now.
Red To Violet – Adi Oasis featuring Jamila Woods
Brooklyn-based singer and bass player Adi Oasis enlists Chicago neo-soul artist Jamila Woods to sing on this future anthem that celebrates womanhood and people of color.
Celebrated veteran Philadelphian jazz and spoken word artist, Elliot Levin teams up with acclaimed Mexican drummer Herman Hecht to release the resounding, “A Word By Any Other Name” full length album.
Philadelphia-based artist and dancer Kingsley Ibenech delves into experimental soul with a sound that summons his Nigerian heritage boasting a level of sophistication and technical prowess that’s presented with ease and grace. His latest single “It Ends The Same” features New York City underground rapper Nappy Nina.
Special Interest is a four-piece punk band emerging from New Orleans, Louisiana. Combining elements of No-Wave, Glam, and Industrial, Special Interest create a frenetic and urgent revisioning of punk and electronic music for a modern world gone mad.
Cakes da Killa is an Atlanta-based rapper who combines genres of hip hop, house, and EDM. He came to prominence in the “queer explosion” of hip hop music stemming from New York in 2012 and is among the credited performers for the current trend of LGBT community LGBTQ+ acceptance in the rap community.