By Jack Barnes
Revered rapper Brother Ali releases new “Sensitive” single and video today. A wistful meditation on internal uncertainty, the song features the Rhymesayers Entertainment artist examining the ways in which his art is viewed. “Artists are often times faced with self-doubt and a deep sense that the world isn’t hearing us as we’d like to be heard,” Brother Ali says. “This one was made at a time when I’d taken too long to release new music, had medical trouble with my voice, and felt like I’d alienated fans with my political statements.” Enjoy this video stream below after the jump and please share this with friends.
A limited pressing of 500 hand-numbered 7” vinyl copies of “Sensitive” are being released in order to commemorate the arrival of this noteworthy song. There will also be a limited “Sensitive” T-shirt available in two color-ways.
In addition to the release of “Sensitive,” Brother Ali is set to embark upon a special 16-date headlining tour where he will perform his debut album, Shadows on the Sun, in its entirety in to celebrate its fifteenth anniversary. The tour is set to kick off next week on November 1 in Washington, D.C., with additional stops in New York, Chicago, Minneapolis, Austin, Los Angeles and more. Newly added stops in Albuquerque, Santa Fe and Phoenix also go on sale today at 10:00 AM local time.
Additional information and tickets for the “Shadows on the Sun 15-Year Anniversary Tour” are available here: http://bit.ly/ShadowsTour15
A limited amount of VIP Meet & Greet tickets are also available for each stop: http://bit.ly/brotheralivip
For more than a decade, Brother Ali has been one of rap’s most important voices. His deeply personal, socially conscious, and inspiring brand of hip-hop has resonated with listeners around the globe. “Sensitive” arrives on the heels of All the Beauty in This Whole Life, Brother Ali’s acclaimed 2017 album. Entirely produced by Ant, the album has a “purposefully uplifting sound,” according to Pitchfork.
“Each of my albums are the result of the pain, growth and eventual healing that I experience,” Brother Ali said. “Articulating the pain and navigating the healing allows the people who really feel my music to travel with me. It’s not only that we hurt together. We heal together, as well.”
Get the “Sensitive” 7-inch vinyl + T-shirt here: http://bit.ly/SenstiveFE
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