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JORDAN RAKEI

What We Call Life

Ninja Tune



* instore entry + * limited indies only translucent pistachio green lp + obi strip + double-sided lyric poster + download

Released: 17th Sep 2021

£19.99


* instore entry + * lp + obi strip + double-sided lyric poster + download

Released: 17th Sep 2021

£19.99


* instore entry + * cd

Released: 17th Sep 2021

£10.99


limited indies only translucent pistachio green lp + obi strip + double-sided lyric poster + download - 1 per customer

Released: 17th Sep 2021

£19.99


lp + obi strip + double-sided lyric poster + download

Released: 17th Sep 2021

£18.99


cd

Released: 17th Sep 2021

£10.99


jordan rakei instore

thursday 23rd september 2021 - 6pm

(all ages - under 14s can come for free)

preorder any format above with "instore entry" for guaranteed priority entry!

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With glimmers of Prince and a shimmering sonic sense that is entirely his own, Rakei has caught us off guard with this soul-bearing odyssey of a record. Jordan Rakei is the multi-instrumentalist, vocalist and producer with a soulful, jazz and hip-hop driven sound who recalls wide-ranging influences from past legends such as Curtis Mayfield, Jeff Buckley, D’Angelo and more contemporary peers Tom Misch, Moses Sumney, The Internet and Hiatus Kaiyote. Previous albums “Origin” (2019) and “Wallflower” (2017) on Ninja Tune cemented his worldwide reputation as a modern soul icon in the making. Moving to London in 2015 from Brisbane, Australia, Jordan soon linked with Tom Misch, Alfa Mist and Barney Artist to form the Are We Live collective – a veritable hotbed of creativity and collaboration. He has also collaborated with hip-hop titan Common, Terrace Martin (Kendrick Lamar, Kamasi Washington); the certified legend Nile Rodgers; Disclosure; jazz drummer Richard Spaven (Flying Lotus, Jose James); Rosie Lowe; and Jordan wrote, produced and performed on four tracks for Loyle Carner’s 2019 album “Not Waving But Drowning” including the singles ‘Loose Ends’ feat. Jorja Smith and ‘Ottolenghi’ 

What We Call Life

Tracklist

Rakei-Explodes

  1. family
  2. Send My Love
  3. Illusion
  4. Unguarded
  5. Clouds
  6. What We Call Life
  7. Runaway
  8. Wings
  9. Brace
  10. The Flood