London jazz quartet Sons Of Kemet have given us a taste of of what to expect on their forthcoming album by releasing a new single alongside Kojey Radical.
Titled “Hustle”, the collaboration is an upbeat one which sees Kojey channel a more poetic approach to deliver his thoughtful lyrics over Sons Of Kemet’s polished production.
Speaking about the accompanying music video for the song, lead member of Sons of Kemet, Shabaka Hutchings, said: “The dancers represent the duality present within any struggle to transcend internal limitations.
“As the video progresses, we see that it’s only once the differing elements of the self are reconciled and act in unison that rebirth (symbolised by the immersion in water) can occur.”
“Hustle” is one of eleven tracks from the forthcoming Sons Of Kemet album, Black To The Future, which is out on May 14 and will also feature D Double E, Joshua Idehen, Moor Mother and Angel Bat Dawid.
Take in the video for “Hustle” above!