Terrace Martin shares his Three Part Music Series "Racism on Trial" with Kamasi Washington, Robert Glasper and Denzel Curry. In early June 2020, following the murder of George Floyd, Terrace Martin team up with Kamasi Washington, Denzel Curry, G Perico and Daylyt to make angry and energetic Protest Song “PIG FEET”.
“Someone asked, how do I feel? I told them hurt, fearless, angry, aware and fully ready to protect me, my family & my people at all cost. I got together with Black men that felt the same way and created a work of truth. PIG FEET”, Martin said about the track.
Musicians teamed up again for the groundbreaking Black Power Live virtual music festival hosted by Patrisse Cullors (co-founder of Black Lives Matter), presented by Jammcard and Form.
Now they share their collaboration as "Racism on Trial" with three incredible, thought-provoking movements on YouTube, featuring Martin, Washington, Curry, Glasper, Alex Isley, and more.
From our Blog: Black Music: Songs of Protest, Hope and Healing
Watch the video below o Terrace Martin with Denzel Curry on a new song “First Movement: The Voice of King Nipsey”:
The Black Power Live event gathered 1.7 million viewers on it's livestream day via Twitch. With today’s release, all proceeds will go to Crenshaw Dairy Mart, Trap Heals, Transgender Law Center, Sankofa.org, and Black Men Build.
Watch the video below to Terrace Martin with Kamasi Washington, Robert Glasper, Denzel Curry and Alex Isley on a new song “Second Movement: Any Day Could Be Our Last”:
“Racism on Trial” follows Martin’s recent album "Gray Area - Live at the JammJam", featuring the song “For Free?” which Terrace wrote with Kendrick Lamar. The album was released on Jammcard Music in partnership with Sounds of Crenshaw and Empire Distribution. The performance features Ronald Bruner Jr., Kamasi Washington, Maurice “Mobetta” Brown, Ben Wendel, Paul Cornish, and Joshua Crumbly.
Recently Terrace Martin, Kamasi Washington, Robert Glasper and 9th Wonder have joined forces to create a new supergroup named Dinner Party.
“The video to this song is happening right outside your window”.
Watch the video below to Terrace Martin with Kamasi Washington, Denzel Curry, G Perico and Daylyt on their song as a “Third Movement: Pig Feet”:
Denzel Curry - vocals
Daylyt - vocals
G Perico - vocals
Kamasi Washington - sax
Marlon Williams - guitar
Terrace Martin - keys
Robert Glasper - keys
Paul Cornish - keys
Trevor Lawrence Jr. - drums
Jonathan Pinson - drums
Allakoi Peete - percussion
Dominique Sanders - upright bass
Paul Cartwright - violin
Yvette Devereaux - violin
Molly Rogers - viola
Peter Jacobson – cello
Other wicked songs and projects worth checking this week:
Alabaster DePlume - The Good Wine
Eddie Henderson - Smile
Raffy Bushman - Look Up
Moonfish, Maria Chiara Argirò, Riccardo Chiaberta - Drop of Water
Jaga Jazzist - Tomita - Edit
Jerk - Celestial Voices
Web Web - Safar - Flip Remix
Pugs Atomz, Inkswel, Blu, Georgia Anne Muldrow - Origami Dollars
Jimi Tenor - Sugar and Spice
Lee Fields & The Expressions - The One Who's Hurting Is You
Immanuel Wilkins - Grace And Mercy
72-Hour Post Fight - Unglued
Pachakuti, young.vishnu, Masha Kashyna - Power
Steam Down, Afronaut Zu - Etcetera
Gaidaa, Saba, Jarreau Vandal - Stranger
Wandering Monster - Metropolis
Nine Sparks Riots, Apocalyptic Brass Collective, MASAKA - The Antidote
The Lions, Alex Désert, Black Shakespeare - The Loser
Sevana - If You Only Knew
Lotek, Daddy Speedo - This Is (The Rebirth of Rude)