Urban Heat Advisory’s “Album-Of-The-Week” – Big K.R.I.T. – ‘4eva Is a Mighty Long Time’
Big K.R.I.T’s new, long-awaited, double-disc album, “4Eva Is A Mighty Long Time” was released this past Friday, October 27th and is already recieving lots of positive feedback and rave reviews. Known for his soulful and thought-provoking music, K.R.I.T’s new album features guest appearances from Jill Scott, CeeLo Green, Bilal, Sleepy Brown, Robert Glasper, Terrace Martin, Joi, Keyon Harrold, Kenneth Whalum, and Burness Earl Travis II. Production is handled by DJ Camper, DJ Khalil, Organized Noise & Big K.R.I.T. himself among others.
Big K.R.I.T. delivers yet another masterpiece with “4Eva Is A Mighty Long Time“.
See full tracklist below for “4Eva Is A Mighty Long Time“:
1. “Big K.R.I.T.”
3. “Big Bank” Feat T.I.
4. “Subenstein (My Sub IV)”
5. “1999” Feat Lloyd
6. “Ride Wit Me” Feat. UGK
7. “Get Up 2 Come Down” Feat. CeeLo & Sleepy Brown
9. “Classic Interlude”
10. “Aux Cord”
11. “Get Away”
1. “Justin Scott”
2. “Mixed Messages”
3. “Keep the Devil Off”
4. “Miss Georgia Fornia” Feat. Joi
6. “Higher Calling” Feat. Jill Scott
7. “Weekend Interlude”
8. “Price of Fame”
9. “Drinking Sessions” Feat. Keyon Harrold
10.”The Light” Feat. Bilal, Robert Glasper Jr, Kenneth Whalum and Burniss Earl Travis II
11.”Bury Me In Gold”
A Philly Musical Homecoming for Musiq Soulchild, Bilal & Vivian @ The Electric Factory
October 13, 2017
Musiq Soulchild, Bilal and Vivian Green all returned home for an amazing show @ The Electric Factory in Philadelphia, PA showing their love to the Philly fans while performing neo-soul hits from the early 2000’s along with new music from their recently released albums. Fans packed the Electric Factory with lines down the block, knowing that this powerful line-up of neo-soul singers would bring the house down – and that they did!
Grammy-Award-winning soul-singer Bilal opened the show, coming out to his hit single “Money Over Love” which featured Kendrick Lamar, from his latest album ‘In Another Life’. After an hour of belting out classics from his five album catalog, he then closed his set performing songs from his debut album “1st Born Second”. After a brief intermission, Vivian Green took the stage joined by longtime collaborators Eric Roberson and Kwame, performing hits such as “Emotional Rollercoster” and “Superwoman”, from her debut album “A Love Story”. Musiq Soulchild then rounded out the night performing back to back melodic R&B classics such as “TeachMe”, “Love” and “SoBeautiful”, as the crowd sung along word-for-word. The mix of some of Philly’s most successful neo-soul all on one stage made this concert a rare performance and all the more special!
Check out video clips of live performances from Bilal and Vivian Greene on our YouTube page.
ThunderCat & Miguel Atwood Ferguson Live @ Brooklyn Steel (NY)
September 30, 2017
Less than 24 hours after ripping down the 9:30 Club in DC, Grammy Award-winning bass guitarist Stephen “Thundercat” Bruner was on to the next city to unleash his bass guitar mastery. This night it was Brooklyn, NY where he performed back-to-back sold-out shows at The Brooklyn Steel. “ThunderCat” took to the stage joined by his brother Ronald Bruner Jr. on drums. Alongside the Bruner brothers was renowned multi-instrumentalist and orchestral director, Miguel Atwood Ferguson.
ThunderCat opened his set playing playing cuts from his recently released 2017 LP “Drunk”, followed by several cover songs (“These Walls”, “Complexion”, etc.) from Kendrick Lamar’s groundbreaking LP ” To Pimp A Butterfly” which he both co-wrote and co-produced on.
Midway through the show, after a long bass solo and various jam sessions, ThunderCat called out his fellow bandmates to perform solos of their own which were amazing. Atwood-Ferguson mesmerized the crowd with his crooning violin as ThunderCat’s brother, Robert showcased his speed and chops on drums. The show went on well over it’s scheduled time as ThunderCat continued to hypnotize the audience with his melodic bass riffs.
Checkout more footage of this live performance on our YouTube page @
Learn more about ThunderCat and his upcoming shows: http://brainfeeder.net/thundercat/