Terrace Martin - 3ChordFold

Posted 3 years ago

West Coast veteran Terrace Martin has dropped his long-awaited solo studio debut, 3ChordFold. Martin's first project since 2011, when he dropped collaborative albums Melrose (with MURS) and The Wonder Years (with 9th Wonder), the set packs 14 tracks' worth of original material from the seasoned producer and emcee. Included is Booth-featured video single "Something Else" and "No Wrong, No Right." A vast array of heavyweight guests join Martin throughout the LP, including Ab-Soul, James Fauntleroy, Kendrick Lamar, Lalah Hathaway, Musiq Soulchild, Problem, Snoop Dogg, Ty Dolla $ign and Wiz Khalifa. In addition to Martin's own boardwork, the album features production by 9th Wonder, Focus, Quincy Jones and Robert Glasper.

Originally available via an exclusive DJBooth stream for a limited time, 3ChordFold can now be purchased at the link above.

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