Tuesday, February 12, 2013

EPIC Kansas City Jazz Hip-Hop Inspiration!!!



Without question this is one of the most soulful, smart and uplifting tunes Kansas City has witnessed in quite some time.

"How To Fish" Reach, Diverse and Julia Haile

Deets:

"Reach performs his song "How To Fish" (produced by Dela) with Diverse and Julia Haile in Westend Recording Studio (Kansas City, KS). Diverse is Ryan Lee (drums), Ben Leifer (bass), and Hermon Mehari (trumpet). Engineered, mixed, and mastered by Brendan McReynolds."

Once again, with the help of his collaborators REACH achieves auditory excellence which captures the essence of Kansas City's musical history; moving it forward with lyrical artistry and highly skilled instrumentation.

Simply put, this a CLASSIC KANSAS CITY TRACK worthy of anyone who appreciates good music.

11 Comments:

Anonymous said...

None too shabby.

Blecccch! That Video Sucked said...

You call that music?
That's a "reach" alright.

Got a bit of a chuckle from the female version of Buckwheat though, so that salvaged a few seconds of the wasted four minutes of my life spent on that video.

Anonymous said...

As I "tried" to mention earlier, this is just NIGGER noise..

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the share Tony. This is my jam today, and yup grampa taught me how to fish.

Anonymous said...

This is one of the better "hip-hop" features you've done.....although, the male main vocal is too harsh (soften it to more closely match the female). Nice beat and instrumental work. Thumbs up!

Anonymous said...

Yeah, I bet "grandpa" taught you how to steal too, NIGGER.

Anonymous said...

Hater is insane.

Anonymous said...

No, hater is realistic.

Anonymous said...

I'd rather head a pretty girl fart, than ever hear this kind of shit.

Anonymous said...

that says a lot about you. This track kicks ass!

Anonymous said...

That explains why my ass aches when I listen to it..