SONG OF THE DAY Son Of Sam – Fighting Talk feat. Lifford & Blaise B (album version)


Son Of Sam are a live hip hop outfit from the UK who formed in 2003.  When the band first emerged they began by playing original hip-hop samples and in just two years, after extensive gigging, were already supporting acts like KRS-One and Raekwon!

Inspired by the likes of David Axelrod, Galt MacDermot, The Meters and James Brown, Son Of Sam create a very unique blend of soul, funk and rock; always writing a lot of their own material.  Initially their music wasn’t studio recorded and most of their songs were only documented by ‘one mic’ sessions recorded onto a mini-disk player.  It wasn’t until 2011 that the band laid-down a selection of our own recordings and then spent the next few years finding desirable MC’s to feature on them.

Their debut album, Cinder Hill was a long time coming, but well worth the wait! Consisting of all-original material (which was mostly live-played live), the record was released last September and featured an impressive line-up of MC’s including the likes of,  Sadat X, Guilty Simpson, Large Professor, Soundsci, Prince Po and more.

Album track, Fighting Talk has today been released as an EP and includes the original (studio) version of this track, along with live, dub, acapella and shuffling jazz versions.  Constructed around a striking beat and crisp melodic vocals, this track instantly wraps you in an emotive vibe and whatever version you prefer, this EP will spoil you for choice…  Listen to the studio version above and be sure to watch the live session of Fighting Talk below!

Purchase your copy of the Fighting Talk EP from here. 

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