SELECTOR LIVE PRESENTS: JUNGLE BROWN BRINGS BACK THE GOLDEN AGE OF HIP-HOP TO KIEV
Lately, the UK has been doing just about delivering cool hip hop and makeup. Artists include both adherents of the latest trends and classic 90s hip hop, such as Jungle Brown. Their music combines the flow of A Tribe Called Quest's best traditions with rap of the future, sometimes adorned with Ayo The Yung African Pioneer's golden saxophone or Jungle Brown producer's backing vocals. In Kiev, Jungle Brown will present their fresh Full Circle disc.
DATE AND PLACE: MARCH 14, CARIBBEAN CLUB
The Jungle Brown Flight 314 debut, with no promotional or advertising budget, has garnered over one billion plays. With him, the band lasted for almost a year in the top of 2016 on Apple Music, and the tracks shattered playlists on Spotify and television. Thanks to this, they also noticed the leading radio Beats 1 Ebro Darden. The second full-length British trio album, released in September 2019, is striking with steep fit - recording included, among others, Sampa The Great, Fliptrix (High Focus) by Terry Walker.
The trio itself - Ric Flo, MAEAR and Tony Bones - have had a lot of work over the past two years. The guys were finding real, soulful hip-hop. Their sound has become larger and more mature, and the notes of soul deepen into reflective reflections. In addition, they have begun to discover territories still alien to themselves - easily and masterly producer Tony Bones adds to the music of Jungle Brown the treble and house. As a result, the band turned into an eclectic project formed under the influence of various musical styles that combined them to produce a revolutionary release in British music.
The talent of Jungle Brown was already intrigued by De La Soul, Ghostface Killah, Lowkey, Akala and Donaeo, who invited the boys to share the stage with them. They played on the stages of Glastonbury and Boomtown, and next spring they pumped Kyiv.