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Class, elegance and savoir faire. Flowing style. And social recognition, a lot. Robert Glasper, combining r'n'b, hip hop and neo soul, presents his new album "Black Radio III".
If we look at the categories in which Glasper's albums have distinguished, we can get an idea of what this pianist, producer and arranger from Houston is capable of.
Hip hop, r&b, urban contemporary, jazz and contemporary jazz characterize the winner of four Grammy Awards.
On the other hand, if we stick to the musicians who participate with their voice in his latest album, the third in the "Black Radio" series, it becomes even clearer: Gregory Porter, Esperanza Spalding, Ty Dolla, Indian Arie or Common.
If we also remember that the help of his piano was essential in shaping "To Pimp A Butterfly" (2015), Kendrick Lamar's masterpiece and one of the key albums of the previous decade of any genre, we can now close the circle.
These are credentials any musician would kill for.