Dinner Party Debuts First Single, ‘Freeze Tag With Phoelix
Dinner Party Freeze Tag Phoelix: Terrace Martin, Robert Glasper, Kamasi Washington and 9th Wonder have met up to frame another supergroup by the name of Dinner Party, and to kick things off, they’ve dropped their first single as an aggregate called “Freeze Tag” featuring Chicago craftsman Phoelix. As indicated by Rolling Stone, “the core idea [of the group] was to tap into elements of jazz and soul, but root the new group in hip-hop.”
As a debut exertion, at that point, this track goes well beyond. Every one of the four of the new group’s members, and featured artist mix together so easily to deliver some unadulterated, cool enchantment.
Regardless of the smooth, simple riding tone of the music, however, the lyrics themselves are significantly more hard-hitting. The song is about encountering police brutality, differentiating the melodious substance definitely with the instrumental. “They revealed to me put my hands up behind my head,” he sings. “I think they misunderstood the one/I’m weary of runnin’/I’ve been looking through where the affection went.”
This song” is the main single off the group’s expected debut self-titled album, which is set to drop on July tenth.