Taylor McFerrin

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About Taylor McFerrin

Taylor McFerrin's first recorded appearance was as a background singer on "Jubilee," a song included on his father Bobby's 1982 debut album for Elektra. A couple decades later, the younger McFerrin was known as a beatboxer and established a career as a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, producer, and singer. After a run of singles and EPs, he issued his debut album Early Riser on Brainfeeder in 2014. A combination of left-field electronics, alternative R&B, and futuristic jazz, the album involved a number of collaborators, including labelmate Thundercat, Hiatus Kaiyote's Nai Palm, Blue Note artist Robert Glasper, Brazilian pianist Cesar Mariano, and, returning a favor from 32 years prior, Bobby McFerrin. ~ Andy Kellman

Brooklyn, NY, United States
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