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Common Shares “Letter To The Free”

Bilal and Robert Glasper assist on a politically charged track from Black America Again.

Common Gives Soulful Performance on NPR's 'Tiny Desk Concert' with Robert Glasper and Bilal

The veteran rapper stopped by and performed mostly all new hits from his upcoming release, 'Black America Again.' Continue reading…

Watch Common’s Tiny Desk Concert at The White House

Common recently took part in a special episode of NPR‘s Tiny Desk concert series shot at Barack Obama’s crib. He was joined by Robert Glasper, Karriem Riggins and Bilal, and he performed classics  like “I Used to Love H.E.R” plus a couple of new cuts, “The Day the Women Took Over” and “Little Chicago Boy”, […]

Watch Common Perform New Songs With Bilal And Robert Glasper At The White House

The NPR “Tiny Desk Concert” was part of the White House’s South By South Lawn event.

Watch Common Perform With Robert Glasper and Bilal at the White House

Common performed a “Tiny Desk Concert” for NPR at the White House during the inaugural White House SXSW South by South Lawn event yesterday. He was joined by Robert Glasper and Bilal, and performed “I Used to Love H.E.R.” as well asShow More Summary

What's going on Monday?

Tonight's NYC shows include James Blake, Bad Religion/Against Me!, Robert Glasper, and more. Continue reading…

Common and Stevie Wonder’s New “Black America Again” Video Features Alton Sterling Shooting Footage

Common has shared a new song featuring Stevie Wonder called “Black America Again,” via Complex. Produced by Karriem Riggins and Robert Glasper, the song features Esperanza Spalding on bass, J Rock on “scratches,” Patrick Warren on strings,...Show More Summary

Robert Glasper Forming New Group With Terrace Martin and James Fauntleroy

Robert Glasper revealed that he is starting a new musical group with Terrace Martin and James Fauntleroy (of Cocaine 80s), during a recent interview with Complex. He said that the group are going to do a “little record or an EP,” and...Show More Summary

All American Music Is Black Music. Robert Glasper Is The Jazz Renaissance Man Tracing Its History.

The prolific musician on the cultural and historical motivations behind his band’s new album, ArtScience

The Robert Glasper Experiment's 'ArtScience' stretches the borders of R&B fusion

Those searching for a breakout success story in jazz over the last five years would be hard-pressed to top Robert Glasper. However, for a better read on the trajectory of the Houston-born keyboardist, it may be more instructive to think of “breakout” in terms of what one does to leave a prison....

James Tillman - Rat Race

Sounds like: Taylor McFerrin, Robert Glasper Song: James Tillman - Rat Race What's so good? Who the hell does this guy think he is? James, ey? Well I'll tell you all something about this James cat; this man has put together one hellShow More Summary

Thundercat - Bus In These Streets

Sounds like: Taylor McFerrin, Robert Glasper Song: Thundercat - Bus In These Streets What's so good? The great thing about music is that it occasionally joins two things that should otherwise be separate -- ie. cats and thunder.  A really...Show More Summary

Robert Glasper Experiment Drops Funky New Song, 'Day To Day'

The song will be featured on Glasper's upcoming album, ArtScience which is due out on September 16. Continue reading…

Robert Glasper Experiment releasing 'ArtScience,' touring, played Prospect Park (pics)

The Robert Glasper Experiment -- aka Glasper with Casey Benjamin, Derrick Hodge, and Mark Colenburg -- will release a new album, ArtScience, on September 16 via Blue Note. The lead single is "Find You," which you can stream... Continue reading…

Robert Glasper Experiment Detail New Album ArtScience, Share “Find You”: Listen

Robert Glasper’s band the Robert Glasper Experiment, featuring the saxophonist Casey Benjamin, bassist Derrick Hodge, and drummer Mark Colenburg, will release their first album in three years, ArtScience, on September 16 via Blue Note. Show More Summary

The Playlist: Barack Obama’s Summery Playlists and Green Day’s Fiery Return

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Our pop critics on the week’s nine most notable new tracks, videos and playlists, from Blackpink’s “Whistle” to Robert Glasper Experiment’s “Find You.”

What's going on Thursday?

Tonight's NYC shows include Drive Like Jehu, Belly, Herbie Hancock/Robert Glasper/Jamie Lidell, Zig Zigs, Elk City, Torres, EZTV, and more. Continue reading…

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