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Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Blood Orange - "Call Me (Freestyle)" [R'n'B, Soul, Funk]

Call Me (Freestyle)

"Call Me (Freestyle)" music video by Blood Orange
Added: 16-09-2020
Genre : R'n'B, Soul, Funk
Description : Blood Orange & Park Hye Jin - CALL ME (Freestyle) (Official Video)

Blood Orange & Park Hye Jin - "CALL ME (Freestyle)", out now on Domino Record Co.

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Directed by Devonté Hynes

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The artistic development of Devonté Hynes, the singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer known foremost as Blood Orange, has been marked by continuous diversification and exploration. After establishing himself in the dance-punk band Test Icicles and as Lightspeed Champion, Hynes changed course again as Blood Orange. Since debuting the project with Coastal Grooves (2011), Hynes has developed a progressive mixture of several styles including soul, funk, post-punk, and chillwave, all the while incorporating lyrical themes of identity, sexuality, belonging, and spirituality, among other issues that have the shaped his existence and those of his peers. Despite enlisting extensive supporting casts on later albums Cupid Deluxe (2013), Freetown Sound (2016), and Negro Swan (2018), all of which registered on Billboard's R&B and independent charts, Hynes' output has been resolutely individualist and deeply personal. Concurrent with Blood Orange's evolution as a collaborative outlet, Hynes himself has been sought out by a varied multitude of fellow artists such as Sky Ferreira, Solange, Carly Rae Jepsen, and Philip Glass. He has also provided music for films (Palo Alto, Queen & Slim), and has branched out into classical composition (Fields, performed by Third Coast Percussion).

Hynes' name popped up on releases from Blondie, HAIM, A$AP Rocky, and Mac Miller into the latter half of 2018. During this period, Hynes also performed with Philip Glass at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., and with a little help from Diddy, Project Pat, Georgia Anne Muldrow, and A$AP Rocky, put together the alternately comforting and startling Negro Swan. Issued in August 2018, it became the third consecutive Blood Orange LP to chart on Billboard's R&B and independent listings, peaking in the U.K. at number 64. Hynes' appearances on Empress Of's Us and Mariah Carey's Caution preceded a Blood Orange mixtape, Angel's Pulse, issued in July 2019. Later in the year, Hynes contributed to Danny Brown's uknowhatimsayin¿, provided music for the romantic crime drama Queen & Slim, and composed the material performed by Third Coast Percussion on Fields.

Tags : 2020, 20s, Blood Orange