Musician Brittni Paiva has been hard at work in 2011, with a documentary being made about her and her music, and love of the ‘ukulele (the DVD for the documentary can be pre-ordered from her website). She recently put together a music video in support of her album Four Strings: The Fire Within, a two-for-one special of her two “Fusion” songs.
Paiva recently announced she will be going into the studio very soon to work on an album with legendary jazz saxophonist Tom Scott. He has been recording and playing music for over 40 years, being involved in songs that since become major staples in hip-hop’s sampled history, including his version of Jefferson Airplane‘s “Today” and the highly used “Sneakin’ In The Back”. Scott’s style of music in the last 30 years has been on a smoother route, so don’t expect any funky grooves on Paiva’s new album but then again, if someone can get Madlib in the studio to do a remix, you never know.