It comes with the Benjiflow-assisted focus track 'UNO'...

Ghanaian collective SuperJazzClub have shared their new EP ‘MONOCHROME RADIO’ in full.

The five-track EP is a pan-genre affair: early 2000s R&B meets Ghanaian hip-life and homegrown hip-hop sourced from their native Accra; the off-beat, after-hours electronic flourishes that characterised their ‘For All The Good Times project, is also woven into the tapestry.

The “fusion project” represents a step-up for the interdisciplinary group, made up of ØbedBiQo, SeyyohTano JacksonJoeyturks and Ansah Live, and together they declare “the rookie seasons are over.” To commemorate the release of the EP, SuperJazzClub have unveiled ‘UNO’ featuring British artist-producer BenjiFlow as the focus track, a dimly-lit a synthesis of Alté ambiance – a summer soundtrack to the perennial underground basement party.

Speaking on the collaborative processSuperJazzClub say: “It was a beautiful and seamless moment working with Benji. Øbed pulled out a pack of beats at the session and that beat happened to be the last one we played and he instantly connected with it. The energy in the studio was full blast from then on. It’s a song inspired by the things we love to talk about like life, God, relationships and money.”

Photo Credit: Babajide Osho

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