Sunday night, Might fourteen, James Blake carried out at Kind Arcosanti in Arizona, where by he delivered a stripped down, solo piano established. In addition to performances of previous tunes (like Overgrown’s “Retrograde” and The Colour in Just about anything’s title track), Blake lined “Godspeed” from Frank Ocean’s excellent Blonde. Blake is credited with generation, arrangement, and keyboard contributions on the track. Watch his rendition down below scroll down for Frank’s primary. “Godspeed,” which offers Elliott Smith a producing credit history, has proved to be a relatively popular tune to go over: Stormzy sang the track for BBC Radio one, and dvsn also remixed the tune.
Blake’s The Colour in Just about anything arrived out last year. Lately, he appeared on the Mount Kimbie track “We Go House Alongside one another.” He also contributed to Kendrick Lamar’s DAMN. song “ELEMENT.”
Revisit our attribute job interview “James Blake and the Pursuit of Joy.”
— The FADER (@thefader) Might 15, 2017
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