We dig back into ADISA’s archive to bring three more hidden gems courtesy of North London’s own hidden gem…
Written and originally recorded 16 years ago in a world without smart phones and only fledgling social media platforms this is Adisa’s second and final instalment of the Adisa’s Past Tracks series.
A more personal reflection and approach is to be found in this collection, but once again Adisa poses the deep questions still going unanswered in the UK and elsewhere.
This current selection channels the early Hip Hop pioneers (Kurtis Blow, Spoony G) along side the more profound and deeper vibes of The Last Poets and Joan Armatrading.
Featured tracks include A Love Poem, What is Music and, with new video for, Eject The Clip.
Availiable now for streaming and to purchase/download from Bandcamp
Recorded London 2006
Engineered by: Olu Rowe
Produced by: Olu Rowe/Michael Liburd
Players: (who played/sang what). Olu Rowe, played all instruments physical/computerised
Words & music: Adisa
Remastered: Simon Edwards 2022