This week’s Listenin’ Booth includes music from Grammy Award winning rapper, songwriter and producer, Kendrick Lamar. “Mother I Sober” is taken from his new album, “Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers”. Plus four other essential tunes you should be listening to right now.
Mother I Sober – Kendrick Lamar featuring Beth Gibbons
Taken from the deeply moving and topical “Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers” full length album, Kendrick Lamar and Beth Gibbons deliver “Mother I Sober” which skillfully deals with issues of abuse and trauma.
Loraine James and TVSI are two acclaimed electronic dance music producers that have converged to produce a spine tingling, mildly frenetic electronic meets bass EP. Superb!
Australia’s Allysha Joy creates loose, detached futuristic R&B, taking influences from neo soul and jazz. “Peace” is the lead single from her brand new “Torn: Tonic” full length album.
Gloss’ “Are You Okay?” blends a multitude of genres together including 80s synth pop, jazz fusion, and R&B. The EP was written over the course of the past year and a half exploring themes of miscommunication in relationships, rejection and growing with yourself.
West Philadelphia’s own Miles Ramone releases “Microdose, The EP”, nine songs that orbit around the idea of love and sexuality. Vibey!