If you’re not familiar with the Common Good Records, the label co-created by the homies Analog Burners and Ologist (Better Beat Bureau) then right now is a good starting point to work your way back and then forward again. Their latest release from Tutu Sweeney which swings nicely and should definitely be in your rotation.
Tutu is a Los Angeles based funk, jazz, and soul multi-instrumentalist and singer who has played with some of LA’s elite musicians, including Aloe Blacc. This release finds Tutu handling both instrumentation and vocal duties on a pair of upbeat funk and soul tracks ahead of his official 2018 album release of Lessons of the Ghetto. While Tutu brings his own unique musical brand to the scene, these tracks could best be described as ‘Prince meets Jamiriquai’.