Let’s look at the facts here: The Black Opera. Boom, sold. Now you add Mayer Hawthorne into the mix: very nice. Oh no, but wait, there’s more: Oddisee did the remix of… STOP! Can’t handle it, right? Oh no, there’s more: the song is being made available as a free download. OH SCHNITT!! Take it, take it, I say!!! This comes courtesy of Mello Music Group, so enjoy it in a nice way.
The Black Opera have been getting a bit of a small buzz in online and offline circles, but can that lead to further success? Now define success. Or better yet: define music. It has many answers, but its definition will include The Black Opera. Their new track makes reference to Abraham Lincoln and Rick Ro$$, but how? Go listen.
BLAST! That’s what you’ll see when you hear this Black Opera track, and maybe you’re already a fan of “All Over Disguise”. However, this is the Apollo Brown remix. Now have you heard these guys? Now have you heard this, guys? Maybe not. Now you can, and if you like, download it for free, courtesy of Mello Music Group.
Sometimes we need a reminder that hip-hop can be this nice.
Sometimes we need a reminder that a good dose of soul in hip-hop doesn’t have to sound like an Olympic event. It’s not about showing and proving, but doing, and The Black Opera do, as shown in “The Magician”. This will be released on the EnterMission album, due out August 28th. You can take a listen to it in full via Bandcamp, and for those who like hard copy, the compact disc version can be pre-ordered directly from Mello Music Group.
The Black Opera
have a good thing going for them, and they have a great video to compliment this song, called “Villains”. If you like the song, you can download it legitimately, free of charge by clicking here