This week’s Listenin’ Booth includes music from the Hempstead, New York born, American harpist, Brandee Younger and her new track, “Reclamation”. Plus four other essential tunes you should be listening to right now.
Reclamation – Brandee Younger
Fusing elements of Hip Hop, Rhythm and Blues, Jazz and Classical music, “Reclamation” is a genre defying single from the recently released full length album by Harpist and composer, Brandee Younger.
Taken from his fourth and latest album, “What We Call Life”, “Illusion” is a revealing electronic meets neo-soul statement. Both musically and lyrically, Jordan Rakei conveys vulnerability and introspection that supersedes his previous works. Brilliant stuff.
Lavva is a Philadelphia based songstress, creating spiritualized neo-soul anthems anchored in self-love and community.
New Jersey’s Kevonna Rose weaves colorful melodies and captivating storytelling into compelling and delicate pop meets soul compositions. “Greetings from Atlanta” is pulled from her latest EP, “C’est La Vie”.
Canadian rapper, model and visual artist, Tommy Genesis releases “Goldilocks X”, her sophomore album that celebrates self-empowerment, sexuality and individualism.