Long a staple of hip-hop production, Bob James’ Nautilus becomes the backdrop for the latest entry in Lauriana Mae‘s ongoing series. This upbeat selection finds veteran producer Kwame flipping the fusion-jazz classic as the Atlantic Records pop songstress lets her light Shine. Like what you’re hearing? Then keep your browsers locked you-know-where for all the latest and greatest #MonthofMae releases throughout the remainder of May.
Written by richard on 05/9/12
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