K.R.I.T. joins The Roots and Raphael Saadiq up at The Tonight Show for this performance of “Soul Food” from his Cadillactica LP. We didn’t forget about reviewing this album, keep your eyes peeled.
From Big K.R.I.T.’s Cadillactica LP, available now.
From the November 11th release of Cadillactica on Def Jam.
Long before Amy Winehouse became a walking tabloid, the hardest working man in show-business, ?uestlove, was singing her praises, turning a whole generation of hip-hoppers on to her unique, soulful sound. In a recent article published in the U.K.’s Sun, ?uesto and Winehouse will join Raphael Saadiq for an as of yet unnamed supergroup project. [cont.]
In most music circles, Raphael Saadiq is not an unfamiliar name. The Oakland singer, songwriter, and producer first found success with his brother and cousin in Tony, Toni, Tone, which garnered commercial and critical acclaim all throughout the 1990s. He later went on to form the R&B/Soul super group Lucy Pearl with other heavyweights Dawn [cont.]
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