G & D’s new album Black Love and War is out now, and getting a TON of critical love! Check out the review of their new album on Pitchfork HERE, and via the New York Times Playlist where they feature the song “Peace Peace” below.
“Welcome to the world, son/Now run,” Dudley Perkins announces over a wobbly, clicketyclack beat produced by Georgia Anne Muldrow, the other half of G&D (and his life partner). “Police got a gun/A fight night after night, day after day.” It’s bleak at the outset, but by the end of the track a sense of hope and vision has prevailed, thanks to the wry realness of Perkins’s rapping and the sun-sprinkled buoyancy of Muldrow’s voice. “Peace Peace” comes from “Black Love & War,” G&D’s just-released second album. – Read More Via New York Times