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Martin exhumes the bitter soul of Marvin Gaye’s 1978 divorce album for the hip-hop producer/multi-instrumentalist’s own ugly-breakup experiment. An alt-R&B antecedent coproduced by Devi Dev, the EP adopts Quiet Storm emoting, jazz-hop flourishes, and G-funk atmospherics—plus Kendrick, Snoop, and Wiz—to chronicle the electro-soul search of betrayal’s disillusioned abyss.

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Hands down the best lovers/rebound album put together. I continue to play this album on every device I have. Cause I'm stuck...stuck on music!


Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A multi-instrumentalist, rapper, singer, and producer from Los Angeles, California, Terrace Martin spent nearly a decade behind the scenes before dropping his debut album in 2013. The first record the young Martin bought was EPMD's single "You Gots to Chill," and while his love of hip-hop grew afterward, he also began to appreciate Michael Jackson and discovered jazz thanks to Jackson's regular producer, Quincy Jones. He picked up the saxophone, landed a gig playing sax with P. Diddy at just 17,...
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