Robert Glasper presented an all-star performance of “Black Superhero” in yesterday’s episode “Tonight Show” starring Jimmy Fallon – watch below.
The Grammy-winning musician appeared as a music guest on the NBC chat show to support his upcoming album. “Black Radio III”, Scheduled for release on February 25 via Loma Vista.
Along with poet Amir Suleiman Glasper, the prelude to the record’s speech, titled “In Melody,” went live live. Rhapsody, BJ The Chicago Kid and DJ Jazzy Jeff took the stage to contribute to the Black Superhero.
As Rolling Stone Recall that a special collection was gathered yesterday (January 17) in the United States to celebrate Martin Luther King Day.
You can watch the full view below:
Upcoming In Tune sharing on Twitter Fallon performance, Glasper wrote: “Martin Luther King was not only the conductor of the black civil rights movement, but also created a model that replicated other movements around the world.
“He’s one of our superheroes because he showed us what we can do when we’re in tune, in tune.”
“Black Radio III” consists of 13 tracks after “Black Radio” in 2012 and “Black Radio II” in 2013. It was first reviewed in 2020 with the song “Better Than I imagined” SHE IS and Meshell Ndegeocello.
Elsewhere on the album, there is collaboration with TB Q-Tip, Jennifer Hudson, Yebba, General, Ty Dolla $ ign, Umid Spalding and Ant Clemons. There is also a studio version of “Black Superhero” Killer Mike, BJ The Chicago Kid and Katta KRIT.
Robert Glasper’s latest studio album, Fuck Yo Feelings, was released in 2019.