Gil Scott-Heron - I'm New Here (new album / video / stream)

by PopMatters Staff

3 February 2010

 

Gil Scott-Heron
I’m New Here
(XL)
Releasing: 9 February

Spoken word artist and poet Gil Scott-Heron was a massive influence on the development of hip-hop. His socially and politically conscious work of the late ‘60s and ‘70s and performance style strongly anticipated the more brainy styles of rap and even less obvious genres such as acid jazz. Next week Scott-Heron releases his first album in 13 years with I’m New Here and the first video has hit the Internet. Plus, you can stream the whole album below.

SONG LIST
01 On Coming from a Broken Home (Pt. 1)
02 Me and the Devil
03 I’m New Here
04 Your Soul and Mine
05 Parents (Interlude)
06 I’ll Take Care of You
07 Being Blessed (interlude)
08 Where Did the Night Go
09 I Was Guided (Interlude)
10 New York Is Killing Me
11 Certain Things (Interlude)
12 Running
13 The Crutch
14 I’ve Been Me (Interlude)
15 On Coming from a Broken Home (Pt. 2)


  

 

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