Stream Cody ChesnuTT’s ‘My Love Divine Degree’ A Week Early

blame it on Patrick Glynn May 25, 2017

Cody ChesnuTT, the genre-blending artist guitarist/singer/producer from Atlanta, returns with My Love Divine Degree, his first album since 2012’s Landing On A Hundred. Slated to officially drop next week, ChesnuTT shared the album with NPR a week early.

Twilite Tone, a producer who’s worked with Kanye West and, most recently, with the Gorillaz on Humanz, co-produced My Love Divine Degree, which lands at 14 tracks with no features. ChesnuTT told NPR he met Tone at, of all places, a studio session with Kanye West and Bon Iver in Wisconsin (Justin Vernon’s home state).

“We discovered that we had a natural creative chemistry,” ChesNuTT said, and they proceeded to spend the next year-and-a-half making the album. “Both of us, being around during the ’70s and ’80s, knew exactly what the feeling/spirit of these songs should be and, without it ever being contentious or strained as some collabs can be, we always found the solutions.”

Stream the whole album on NPR, and make sure you cop the album on iTunes.