Skyzoo and Dumb Station have shared their newest single “We (Used) To Live in Brooklyn, Baby,” taken from their forthcoming collaborative album The Bluest Note. The newest track follows lead single “Good Enough Reasons” from early April, and “pays homage to the Brooklyn of old while honestly exploring the Brooklyn of new.”
The upcoming album is set to feature six tracks as a homage to the classic jazz albums of the genre’s heyday. “The Bluest Note is the storytelling and inner-city expressions you’ve come to know and love from me, attached to the jazz orchestration I’m dying to introduce to some and re-introduce to other,” Skyzoo said.
Stream Skyzoo and Dumbo Stations “We (Used) To Live in Brooklyn, Baby” on Spotify and Apple Music. The Bluest Note drops April 24.
Elsewhere in new music releases, Justin Vernon and Swamp Dogg joined Naeem on his newest single “Simulation.”