Phoenix da Icefire & Husky Brown – “Cosmic Soul” b/w “Seasons of You”
Releasing March 3rd 2020 on all digital streaming and download formats, this is the first single to be taken from the London duo’s exceptional new album “Panacea”.
“Cosmic Soul” is straight neck breakin’ hip hop as Phoenix reminisces on his alien abduction encounter and shamanic background, while the flip side “Seasons of You” is a slick r&b floor filler featuring Natalie May who you’ll remember from Rudimental’s “Sexy Sexy”. Includes a remix courtesy of Soul Brother Juice
Distributed by Ingrooves / Universal, it will be available from all major digital outlets including Apple, Amazon, Beatport, Deezer, Napster, Spotify & Tidal
Phoenix da Icefire & Husky Brown – “Dark Rainbow Light” b/w “Sins of Gaia”
Releasing March 27th and the second single lifted from the album “Panacea”, there’s more for the hip hop connoisseurs here with the traditional flavours of “Dark Rainbow Light” on a journey through inner city London, while the smoky lo fi beats of Sins of Gaia is the backdrop for Phoenix to address authoritative and racial prejudice. Look out for an accompanying video on release.
Remix is provided by Kashmere (YNR) and will be available to pre-order at all major digital stores from 28th February
Phoenix da Icefire & Husky Brown – “The Humans are Coming” b/w “Travelling Buddy”
Out April 24th, this is the third single installment from the album “Panacea”. “The Humans are Coming” incorporates a powerful and highly creative fusion of electronica, dub and bass as Phoenix pens a letter of contrition to the mystical Gaia for crimes against her realm, while the soulful electro of “Travlling Buddy” featuring Chantelle Small is an extremely poignant take on mental health issues.
Remix included is by Chemo (YNR, High Focus, Kilimanjaro), and available to pre-order from all the major digital outlets from April 3rd
Phoenix da Icefire & Husky Brown – “Panacea”
Releasing Tuesday May 5th, this exceptional debut partnership brings a fresh perspective to the genre with Husky’s kaleidoscopic productions fusing hip hop, r&b, soul, dub, bass, reggae, electronica and jazz.
As expected of a Triple Darkness member, Phoenix uses all of his creative verbal artillery to address a number of highly relevant issues for these volatile times covering the environment, mental health, racism, disengagement, knife crime and social decay, all with the aspiration of healing and reconciliation.
A truly astounding and ground breaking piece of work which has broken from formulaic convention and common held perceptions of London’s rap music scene.
Available to pre-order from all major digital outlets worldwide March 31st