Spectac & Amiri - Soul Beautiful

Posted 3 years ago
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Fresh off the release of For the People, hip-hop storyteller Spectac gets right back at it by re-uniting with his production partner Amiri for their new collaborative album, Soul Beautiful. The first project the duo have released since 2010's Almost Famous, Soul Beautiful is everything the title would suggest.


Inspired by the sounds of the '60s and '70s, Soul Beautiful is comprised of 12 tracks produced entirely by Amiri. In addition to Spectac's poetic style on the mic, the album also features vocals from Najee and D. Devine. Soul Beautiful features standout tracks "I Grew Up," "This, That & Tha 3rd" and title track "Soul Beautiful."


This album is now available for free stream and direct purchase.


UPDATE: The track "The Avengers (We Ready)" has been removed from the original release per request from the artist.

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