Another prime choice from Koncept that brings in Tanya Morgan, and on top of that, it’s a remix by Audible Doctor of the song “Space Mountain”.
Four-finger white glove: check.
Disney fonts: check.
Koncept has the manipulations going on on his new video in support of the Malt Disney EP project, and this one is “Open Tab”, featuring Akie Bermiss.
With Deejay Element behind the boards, Koncept has been able to release a new song that I would call a true gem, because it’s that damn good. It’s called “Malt Disney”, called this because this song is not shizney. Grab your favorite glass or bottle of spirits, it’s time to party.
With five tracks to choose from, one is able to hear the man’s means of production, heightened by the likes of J57, Koncept, Sene, ScienZe, Soul Khan and others getting down by dropping lyrics and flows over the greatness. The loops, drums, horn samples… just everything about it is good and I think the man could do no wrong. It’s nice nonetheless, and as a debut EP, it’s impressive. More EP’s, more singles, bring on that album.
(Reality Kings And Reason can be downloaded for free. I’m unable to embed the download button, but head to Audiomack.com to check it out for yourself.)
Hey, how come I didn’t hear about this? Well, considering the amount of good (and sometimes bad) things I receive for observation, consideration, and review, I most likely missed it. What did I miss? The video for “Aspirations” by Koncept and Soul Khan, this one produced by J57. However, if you like the song and video but don’t have the MP3, fear not: they’re allowing you to download it for free, which means “legal”. Download without fear.
Awaken is the new album from Koncept, which means if there is a song of the same name and it’s on the album, it’s a “title track”. This “title track” is what you will hear in this video, which means this is what you will “see”. So see and hear it. Need another reason to hear it? The song was produced by fellow Brown Bag All Stars member J57, so when you’re in house, you’re in the house.
Koncept has a new single and like Chuck Mangione, he says he “Feels So Good”. It helps when you’re in the middle of nowhere and all you have in your possession is a blow-up doll. What does that mean? Find out.
The song itself is available right now, in fact you can download it legitimately,for free (14.91mb).
If the quick flash of the stack of records confuses you, there’s a lot of jazz in there, including Erroll Garner‘s Concert By The Sea, Michel Legrand‘s Strings On Fire and a bunch of Capitol mono compilations, but that’s neithere here or there. You’re here, and you want to see the new video by Koncept, who is a part of the Brown Bag All-Stars. Here he is with Tranzformer in a nice basement jam. The video was directed by Brian Robinson.