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The music of Soul Supreme moves, grooves, throbs, and hits more than ever before. But the colorful sonic palette of Poetic Justice actually sprouted from a dark place: an ongoing battle with an independent label to reclaim his master rights-even today, 'Industry Rule #4080' is still in full effect. So copping this record doesn't only support his cause-it's also well worth it for the listener. Poetic Justice features Soul Supreme's biggest line-up of guest musicians to date: including drummer J-Zone, bass player Glenn Gaddum Jr., Gallowstreet's Jeroen Verberne, and Radiohop's Johnny Biner and Euan Jenkins. With Soul Supreme himself on his trusted set-up and a newly added Clavinet, his melting pot of jazz-funk, hip-hop grooves, soulful cuts, and library funk sounds richer than ever before.'I have decided to create a positive outlet for what is a very negative event in my life,' he writes in the announcement of Poetic Justice. 'I wrote music that reflected how I feel going through this process. No matter what the legal battle results in-I know I have made something beautiful and honest from this terrible experience. At least for myself but hopefully for others to enjoy it as well.'Rest assured, Poetic Justice is a record to fully enjoy; from the first heartfelt notes on 'Intro (Pullin' Back The Curtain)' to the last thumping drum hits of 'I Rest My Case.'
The music of Soul Supreme moves, grooves, throbs, and hits more than ever before. But the colorful sonic palette of Poetic Justice actually sprouted from a dark place: an ongoing battle with an independent label to reclaim his master rights-even today, 'Industry Rule #4080' is still in full effect. So copping this record doesn't only support his cause-it's also well worth it for the listener. Poetic Justice features Soul Supreme's biggest line-up of guest musicians to date: including drummer J-Zone, bass player Glenn Gaddum Jr., Gallowstreet's Jeroen Verberne, and Radiohop's Johnny Biner and Euan Jenkins. With Soul Supreme himself on his trusted set-up and a newly added Clavinet, his melting pot of jazz-funk, hip-hop grooves, soulful cuts, and library funk sounds richer than ever before.'I have decided to create a positive outlet for what is a very negative event in my life,' he writes in the announcement of Poetic Justice. 'I wrote music that reflected how I feel going through this process. No matter what the legal battle results in-I know I have made something beautiful and honest from this terrible experience. At least for myself but hopefully for others to enjoy it as well.'Rest assured, Poetic Justice is a record to fully enjoy; from the first heartfelt notes on 'Intro (Pullin' Back The Curtain)' to the last thumping drum hits of 'I Rest My Case.'
5050580802933

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Format: Vinyl
Label: SOUL SUPREME
Rel. Date: 06/09/2023
UPC: 5050580802933

Poetic Justice
Artist: Soul Supreme
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $50.47
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The music of Soul Supreme moves, grooves, throbs, and hits more than ever before. But the colorful sonic palette of Poetic Justice actually sprouted from a dark place: an ongoing battle with an independent label to reclaim his master rights-even today, 'Industry Rule #4080' is still in full effect. So copping this record doesn't only support his cause-it's also well worth it for the listener. Poetic Justice features Soul Supreme's biggest line-up of guest musicians to date: including drummer J-Zone, bass player Glenn Gaddum Jr., Gallowstreet's Jeroen Verberne, and Radiohop's Johnny Biner and Euan Jenkins. With Soul Supreme himself on his trusted set-up and a newly added Clavinet, his melting pot of jazz-funk, hip-hop grooves, soulful cuts, and library funk sounds richer than ever before.'I have decided to create a positive outlet for what is a very negative event in my life,' he writes in the announcement of Poetic Justice. 'I wrote music that reflected how I feel going through this process. No matter what the legal battle results in-I know I have made something beautiful and honest from this terrible experience. At least for myself but hopefully for others to enjoy it as well.'Rest assured, Poetic Justice is a record to fully enjoy; from the first heartfelt notes on 'Intro (Pullin' Back The Curtain)' to the last thumping drum hits of 'I Rest My Case.'
        
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