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Washington calls 'Fearless Movement' his dance album. 'It's not literal', Washington says. 'Dance is movement and expression, and in a way it's the same thing as music - expressing your spirit through your body. That's what this album is pushing'. 'Fearless Movement' features Washington's daughter - who wrote the melody to 'Asha the First' during some of her first experimentations on the piano - as well as a host of collaborators new and old. Andre 3000 appears on flute, George Clinton lends his voice, as do BJ the Chicago Kid, Inglewood rapper D-Smoke and Taj and Ras Austin of Coast Contra, the twin sons of West Coast legend Ras Kass. Washington further enlisted lifelong friends and collaborators Thundercat, Terrace Martin, Patrice Quinn, Brandon Coleman, DJ Battlecat and more.

Fearless Movement - Kamasi Washington

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