Northeastern Hip-Hop crew Bad Poetry Club reveals their jazzy, hypnotic inaugural single, "The Words," which also serves as our first listen off their forthcoming, self titled project.
The multitalented conglomerate smoothly fuses the sounds of Boom bap, Jazz, and Modern Dance on their debut effort. And given the players involved, that shouldn't be a surprise to anyone listening. BPC is made up of instrumentalist/vocalist Michael Wilbur (Moon Hooch), producer/rapper Tonio Sagan, beatboxer/producer Honeycomb, and rapper Sotorios (Political Animals frontman).
Together, these four artists, with additional instrumentation provided by Garrett Sawyer on bass, display a clear knack for collaborating on "The Words," a brassy slapper that perfectly blends the styles and sounds of everyone involved. It also bodes extremely well for their self-titled debut. The record doesn't have a release date just yet, but this joint is definitely enough to hold us over until more details trickle out.
"The Words" is now available for stream, and can be purchased through all major digital retailers!
• iTunes: http://bit.ly/iTunesTheWords
• Amazon: http://bit.ly/AmazonTheWords
• Google Play: http://bit.ly/GooglePlayTheWords
• Spotify: http://bit.ly/SpotifyTheWords
• Tidal: http://bit.ly/TidalTheWords
Bad Poetry Club Online:
• Twitter: https://twitter.com/badpoetryclub
• Facebook: facebook.com/badpoetryclub
• SoundCloud: soundcloud.com/badpoetryclub
• Instagram: instagram.com/thebaddestpoetry
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