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Funky New Single Offers Glimpse Into Quazedelic’s World


29 August 2010 No Comment

“I want you to free your mind right now.” This is one of Quazedelic’s first lines on “Reach Out,” the second track to be released off his forthcoming solo debut, Stan Sly: AnuthaWorld, and appears to be Quaze’s credo both in music and in life. The song effortlessly combines his talents, highlighting his ability to blend singing and rapping along with his signature, funky production style.

The song may be, for many, the first glimpse into an all-Quazedelic track. Where his last single, featuring Snoop Dogg (Quaze was briefly signed to Snoop’s Doggystyle Records in 2001 and has been collaborating with the West Coast legend ever since) wasa funk-infused hip-hop song, “Reach Out” is more straightforward in its approach. Clearly taking cues from some of Quaze’s funkier idols, including George Clinton and Bootsy Collins (both of whom he has worked with, along with rappers ranging from Redman to Daz Dillinger), the cut features a propulsive bass line and shimmering keys, complimented by ethereal background vocals. “Reach Out” lives up to its name by acting as an extended hand, bringing the listener into Quazedelic’s world.

Quazedelic’s Stan Sly: Anuthaworld will be available October 5th via Georgia Anne Muldrow’s and Declaime’s SomeOthasShip Connect.

Song: http://media.audibletreats.com/Quazedelic-Reach_Out.mp3

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