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Black Thought Connects with Adrian Younge for the Lush-Sounding "Noir"

Black Thought Connects with Adrian Younge for the Lush-Sounding "Noir"

Black Thought "Noir" Song Featuring Adrian Younge

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He tried to walk in water instead of wade in it.

Last year, The Roots frontman Black Thought released two EPs: Streams of Thought Vol. 1 and two. It seems like the legendary rapper isn’t letting up anytime soon.

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Black Thought has hooked up with producer Adrian Younge for a new song. The track is called “Noir” and it’s part of a special Black History Month “Produced By” series that Younge is doing for Amazon Originals. In two tight verses, Black Thought basically covers hundreds of years of black history, from slavery to Jim Crow.

Speaking about the song and the series, Younge said:

The obsession with race is disturbing to those that wish to divert attention away from the unyielding attributes that have plagued black America…However, we all must realize how such disenfranchisement has negatively affected us all. We are all equal and we are all human; we all have something to say and something to contribute; essentially, we all deserve to be heard, recognized and respected. That being said, our celebration of Black History Month brings us closer to understanding the struggles and contributions African Americans have made in making America what it is.

READ: How Ali Shaheed Muhammad & Adrian Younge Crafted The Midnight Hour, One of the Best Albums of 2018

“Noir” is the third song to be part of this series, following collaborations with Georgia Anne Muldrow and Terrace Martin. Listen to “Noir” (if you have an Amazon Prime account) here.



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