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As Terrace Martin prepares to open a promising new chapter in his career with the release of his long-awaited studio debut, it seems the West Coast producer and emcee is headed for a bittersweet ending in the romantic arena. On new single No Wrong, No Right, the hip-hop veteran describes a relationship that’s deteriorated so far that it hardly matters who comes out on top in the endless arguments. Backed by his and jazz pianist Robert Glasper‘s melancholy co-production, Martin wonders why he and his girl can’t simply cut their losses and go their separate ways. Cocaine ‘80s vocalist James Fauntleroy ties the record together with a smooth, harmonically rich guest chorus. For this cut, the previously-featured Something Else and many more quality jams, check out 3ChordFold when it hits record stores and online retailers on Tuesday, August 13.
Update: We have added Terrace Martin’s No Wrong, No Right visuals.
Written by richard on 07/26/13
West Coast veteran Terrace Martin has dropped his long-awaited solo studio debut, 3ChordFold. Martin's first project since 2011, when he dropped collaborative albums Melrose (with MURS) and The Wonder Years (with 9th Wonder),...
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