47SOUL are coming back with their second album Semetics, a play of words for a study of Semantic culture with a focus on community, family and friends, on the 21st of August 2020.
Last year, the group performed over 160 shows, breaking barriers internationally which included a set for NPR's Tiny Desk, amassing over 100k views on the first couple weeks and KEXP Seattle. ''47SOUL Included on NPR's 100 best songs of the year'' are one of the many acclaimed quotes the last album received.
47SOUL are back with their second album Semetics (Aug 21st). They released a first taste of the album with ''Hold Your Ground'' (Oct 18th 2019) featuring British Iraqi rapper and activist Lowkey recorded at The Front Room studio (MoStack, Nines, Not3s) this energetic track fuses Arabic and English hip-hop producing the Shamstep sound the band are renowned for. Their second album Semetics will be announced with the track ''Dabke System'' (May 28th) reviving the core identity of the band alongside it's exotic animal official video, followed by the trap influenced ''Run'' (9th July) featuring The Synaptik & Tamer Nafar with a caricature animated video. The album focus track ''Border Ctrl'' featuring the Palestinian rapper and muse Shadia Mansour & Chillean rapper Fedzilla, fueled with female power, shamtep and reggeton highlighting the border control measures between Mexico and Palestine. This new album sees the band exploring the Semantic culture through its community, friends and family with a sonically rich crossover between their Shamptep and Latin influences.
Border Ctrl (ft Shadia Mansour, Fedzilla)
Hold Your Ground (ft Lowkey)
RunÂ (ft The Synaptik, Tamer Nafar)
47 Cocktail (ft Hasan Minawy)
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