The 98%

I wrote about the contradictions in the new Robert Glasper Experiment album, Black Radio 2, for Splice Today. Glasper, known for his work in jazz, R&B, and hip-hop, brings together a group of singers, mainly from the late ’90s neo-soul scene, to sing on his songs. He also makes a lot of uninteresting arguments about the music listeners of today and how 98% of music is “whack.” Read the piece here.

Below, the most effective track on Black Radio 2, featuring the English singer Emeli Sande.

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