Over the years, Phonte and eLZhi have linked up for some great tunes—including Talib Kweli’s “No Competition” from 9th Wonder’s Jamla is the Squad compilation and “Not Here Anymore” off Tigallo’s debut solo album, Charity Starts At Home, in 2011.
And now, they’re back at it, joining
Questlove’s worst nightmare the extremely talented Chris Dave and the Drumhedz on “Destiny N Stereo,” the lead single off their upcoming, self-titled album, dropping January 26.
Press play on “Destiny N Stereo” (which also features Eric Roberson) and keep scrolling for the artwork and tracklist for Chris Dave And The Drumhedz—which boasts an impressive line-up of Anderson .Paak, SiR, Anna Wise, Bilal, Goapele, Keyon Harrold, Sy Smith, and others.
- “Rocks Crying”
- “Universal Language” f. KRNDN, Sy Smith & D.Rose
- “Dat Feelin” f. SiR, Tiffany Gouche & Keyon Harrold
- “Black Hole” f. Anderson .Paak
- “Spread Her Wings” f. Bilal
- “Sensitive Granite” f. Kendra Foster
- “Cosmic Intercourse” f. Stokley Williams & Casey Benjamin
- “Atlanta, Texas” f. Goapele & Shafiq Husayn
- “Destiny n Stereo” f. eLZhi, Phonte & Eric Roberson
- “Clear View” f. Anderson .Paak & SiR
- “Job Well Done” f. Anna Wise & SiR
- “Lady Jane”
- “Trippy Tipsy”