Lucille Ghatti - The Super Villan

The Super Villan @LoudPackLucy 

I texted my kush dude not too long ago. Told him I needed that Lucille Ghatti. Chilled and he texted back saying he got me. Its the new thing now…

My favorite joint from “High Grade” please believe the whole thing rides though. 

Download the tape in its entirety here

 

velvetkentemusic:


In the beginning there was Africa. And it was funky. It’s soul was funky to the core, a heart pulsating in a poly-rhythmic now now time signature…and else that is sonically hallowed followed. We Aural Baptists have come together to kneel at the altar of that sacred source of sound. We bring gifts and sacrifices. They are the formed art of Afrobeat and Ethiojazz. Funky Folk from the Congo. Highlife and the soul of Mauritius and much, much more. In the names of Mulatu Astake, Hugh Masekela, Franco, Ebo Taylor, Manu Dibango, Femi Kuti, and all that came before. We do so with the faith the all who kneel with us, spirits prostrate and open, will be change and expanded for the better. Join us for this installment of the VK Soul Dance Party, and rock your struttin shoes, or none at all. Blessings and Light.VKPersonnel: Jamal Lee – DrumsTim Anthony – Keys, VocalsJudson Spillyards – GuitarsRyan Hitt – Bassjoshua. – Guitar, Vocals, PercussionNorman Williamson – Tenor SaxGerald Johnson – SaxophonesCliff Hawkins – TrumpetWalter Henderson – TrumpetRyan D. Davis – PercussionDJ’s:DJ Prophet Baldego

Will Be Attending This Party. & I Will Be Dancing. Africa In Little Rock. 

velvetkentemusic:

In the beginning there was Africa. And it was funky. It’s soul was funky to the core, a heart pulsating in a poly-rhythmic now now time signature…and else that is sonically hallowed followed. We Aural Baptists have come together to kneel at the altar of that sacred source of sound. We bring gifts and sacrifices. They are the formed art of Afrobeat and Ethiojazz. Funky Folk from the Congo. Highlife and the soul of Mauritius and much, much more. In the names of Mulatu Astake, Hugh Masekela, Franco, Ebo Taylor, Manu Dibango, Femi Kuti, and all that came before. We do so with the faith the all who kneel with us, spirits prostrate and open, will be change and expanded for the better. Join us for this installment of the VK Soul Dance Party, and rock your struttin shoes, or none at all. Blessings and Light.

VK



Personnel: 
Jamal Lee – Drums
Tim Anthony – Keys, Vocals
Judson Spillyards – Guitars
Ryan Hitt – Bass
joshua. – Guitar, Vocals, Percussion
Norman Williamson – Tenor Sax
Gerald Johnson – Saxophones
Cliff Hawkins – Trumpet
Walter Henderson – Trumpet
Ryan D. Davis – Percussion


DJ’s:
DJ Prophet 
Baldego

Will Be Attending This Party. & I Will Be Dancing. Africa In Little Rock.