It’s here! Manic Focus’ funkiest single release is out and is available to stream NOW.
Manic Focus has released the third single from his much anticipated new album Minds Rising dropping on April 21, 2017. The track, titled “Habit,” features horns master Russ Liquid and a mixture between rap and soft, cool vocals by Rapper Chicks. The entire track flows effortlessly together with each component. This track brings the best of both hip-hop and livetronica worlds, blending together for a result that is both jazzy and fun.
Manic manages to prove again that he can bring together the most random of sounds and successfully create something spectacular.
For the past couple months, Manic Focus has been creating excitement and stirring the funk community with single after single prior to his official album dropping – which is coming THIS Friday. That’s right, the drop for Minds Rising is right around the corner.
River Beats has been following each single release closely, as we are excited to listen to the final product. It has been two years since Manic Focus has released an album, so April 21st is a monumental date for the artist and fans that have been itching for something new from the producer.
With the new album and the accompanying tour dates, it’s bound to be a great year for funk!
NEW ORLEANS, LA: don’t miss out on Manic Focus performing with a live band and special guests Russ Liquid, Marvel Years featuring Colby Buckler, at Republic NOLA on April 27th! As the proud hosts of this event, River Beats invites you to join us for these incredible performers, along with support from beloved local talents Daily Bread and Dino Brawl.
Tickets for the show are available online here.
More info can be found on the official event page. We at River Beats hope that you’ll join us, Manic Focus, and the many special guests on April 27th to properly kick-off the legendary New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival for 2017.
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