The Robert Glasper Experiment teams with Common and Patrick Stump to present “I Stand Alone” – the latest single to emerge ahead of their forthcoming Black Radio 2 LP, which drops on October 29th. Common handles the verse while Stump – The Fall Out Boy frontman – delivers a hook that provides a great compliment to the Experiment’s seamless performance of the track which premiered via Rolling Stone. “I Stand Alone” follows the release of “Calls” featuring Jill Scott. The track is capped by an audio clip of Michael Eric Dyson discussing the importance of innovation and individuality in African arts and culture; he champions a return to originality and the hunger for greatness that was once a standard of the creative process for black artists working to change and ultimately elevate the game. Check the track below to listen to “I Stand Alone” from The Robert Glasper Experiment featuring Common and Patrick Stump. Pre-order Black Radio 2 via iTunes.
Spotted at RS