Space Aliens May Not Exist But This Sweet Sampha and Syd Collab Does
Consider "Show Love" from the Everything Is Recorded project a cosmic bridge between London and LA.
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Everything Is Recorded Is the Embodiment of Pure Creative Freedom
Richard Russell’s latest project involves the likes of Sampha, Wiki and Giggs and brings out the best in each artist.
Let’s All Cry to Sampha Covering Solange’s “Cranes in the Sky”
The BBC Radio session from last week's Glastonbury has the London-born artist returning to 'A Seat at the Table,' which he contributed to last year.
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Sampha's Putting Out a Physical Zine Called 'Shy Light' in June
It's a "visual exploration of Sampha's album 'Process,'" and the preview looks beautiful.
Wrap Yourself Up in This Track from Sampha and XL Boss Richard Russell
"Close But Not Close Enough" is warm, rosy cut from Russell's upcoming Everything is Recorded project.
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Expert Witness with Robert Christgau
American Teens, American Dreams: Robert Christgau on Khalid and Kevin Abstract
The Dean also takes on new records from Sampha and Kingdom.
From ‘Lemonade’ to ‘Process,’ Kahlil Joseph Reminds Us Why Artistic Visuals Matter
The masterful director doesn’t imagine which realities inform a musician's work. He shows them to us.
Sampha's Short Film "Process" Will Emotionally Destroy You
It's streaming now—or if you're in New York or London, you can attend special screenings over the next two weeks.
Sampha Covered Drake's "Controlla" for BBC Radio's Live Lounge and Made It Into a Dreamscape
More life, more collabs between these two, please.
A Year of Lil Wayne
A Year of Lil Wayne: Eight Years of Playlists with Drake and Lil Wayne
With the arrival of 'More Life,' let's take a look back at a Wayne and Drake collaboration from many eras ago.
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance
Sampha's Tiny Desk Concert Is a Heavenly Experience
The UK crooner delivered songs from his 'Process' album
Listen to Two New Songs by Sampha and XL Recordings Boss, Richard Russell
The label head debuted the songs on London's Reprezent Radio.