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Dijon: coogie With “coogie,” LA-based artist Dijon (aka Dijon Duenas) returns with his first new music in two years. The gentle track was crafted with Mk.gee (aka Michael Gordon) and Andrew Sarlo, and features Dijon’s trademark tender, vulnerable vocals. With scattered percussion and at-times muffled guitar, the song possesses a meandering, improvisational nature that ebbs and flows effortlessly. Of the track, Dijon tweeted: “made a …

Dinner Party feat. Ant Clemons: Insane

Supergroup Dinner Party—comprising Terrace Martin, Kamasi Washington, Robert Glasper and 9th Wonder—returns with “Insane,” another sublime track fusing jazz, R&B, soul and funk while incorporating hip-hop production. With vocals by Ant Clemons and production by Sounwave, it features the drum loop from Mtume’s “Juicy Fruit” and the result is a sultry, mellow track.

Ibeyi feat. Kamasi Washington: Deathless

Nothing short of a victory ballad, “Deathless” marks an empowered and empowering return from Ibeyi. The French-Cuban twins who compose Ibeyi, Lisa-Kaindé and Naomi Díaz, enlist Kamasi Washington on the stunning track. Washington lends detailed saxophone parts that dazzle. Director Ed Morris spearheaded the music video, in which the sisters appear to emerge from one another repeatedly. It’s provocative but beautiful, matching the song succinctly. …