Black Pool of Genius

Black Sheep – Party Tonight featuring Jean Grae

“Party Tonight“, featuring Jean Grae, is the latest single from Black Sheep‘s highly anticipated LP From The Black Pool Of Genius. The latest single demonstrates the long-standing power of the well-executed male/female duet. “It’s a ‘this feels great’ jam,” says Jean Grae. “You know, like a party that people actually have fun at – always needed, always timeless.” And although Jean Grae says, “Of course it was an honor to record with Dres. The moment was kind of surreal for me,” the feeling was mutual. “I had a lot of fun with Jean Grae in the studio,” explains Dres. “She’s quick-witted and pretty funny… it was nice to see her spit too. Her mechanics are tight. All the components were there from the beginning.”

Produced by UrbanSoul Music Group, the track comes to life with the nostalgic crackle of a spinning vinyl, a reverb injected guitar melody, and a pocket rhythm section reminiscent of the soulful ’70s. Dres and Grae draw on their verbal prowess to decorate the musical fixture with potent imagery of hip-hop’s illustrious party scene, all the while remaining true to the actualities of reality. With a deft and poetic cadence Dres calls, “I’m only tryin’ to party tonight/ I ain’t sprung/ Elated, I’m a product that be native to the tongue/ Related, I’m the object that equated to the sun/ Just trying to seize the words to the songs you ain’t sung,” only to meet the humorous yet pithy response of Grae, “I shake it like the bar tender making my drink/ I’m a lady though/ Think before you play me close/ Party on further than Wayne, Garth/ harder than Richards, Keith”. A mellow soul banger, “Party Tonight” is yet another triumphant track coming from a freshly groomed Black Sheep.

Dope track, I’ve always been a massive fan of Black Sheep, especially Dres, and I’m finally down with Jean Grae. My beef with female emcee’s has come to a standstill, give a little credit to Eternia and Ms Grae, it took a decade.

Black Sheep drop the new album on June 29th. Bleat bleat.

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