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SATE “RedBlack&Blue” Review

SATE released her debut album RedBlack&Blue after busting out some really intense singles. The album is not only loud, but it is independent, energetic, and full of rock and roll with a blue blend. The album is comprised of her ten best tracks, the songs which really exhibit what SATE is all about – huge statements and proud intensity.

It is inarguable that SATE is not only a talented musician who makes great tunes, her objective vocal ability is unlike many in her genre and in contemporary music. The range works extremely well with the wide array of sounds of the pounding guitar melodies and swaggering beats. Alongside the unequivocally impressive vocals are rhythms that simultaneously make you want to riot and dance, infectious yet impacting.

There is a grit to the music which makes it unique. It almost incites rebellion, acting as an outcry to encourage awareness of self-identity. There is a lot of soul in these tracks, especially in “Know My Name” and “Feel” notably.

Definitely check out what is sure to be one of the year’s more exciting releases in not only the genre, but in modern music this year.

Listen to “Know My Name” below:

RedBlack&Blue Tracklisting:
  1. Warrior
  2. What Did I Do
  3. Live On Your Love
  4. Know My Name
  5. Mama Talk To Me
  6. The Answer
  7. Try
  8. Feel
  9. Silence
  10. Peace

Upcoming Tour Dates

July 1st – Les Premiers Vendredis – Montreal, QC
July 27 – AFROPUNK’s Girrrl Riot @ Lincoln Center, New York, NY
August 27th – Afropunk Festival, Brooklyn NY

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Written by Nicole Scott

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