After a couple of years without a new solo release & making moves with his Betty Ford Boys Brenk & Dexter, it was time for Suff Daddy to lay another egg in the form of a new album entitled “Bird Songs.”
Deeply rooted in the Suff Daddy signature sound, it is also proof of an evolutionary process. A little less sample chops, a little more synth, a little less straight hip hop, a little more melody. This doesn’t mean that you won’t be able to recognize the bird by its call anymore, it’s just a slight change in tonality.
After extending his stomping grounds to neighboring European countries by frequently playing international shows, including a London Boiler Room, he also opened for the mighty Anderson.Paak during his German shows in early 2016. Suff Daddy also remixed Lion Babe’s “Wonder Woman” for Gilles Peterson Worldwide. He’ll also be featured on the next “Spring in Jakarta” compilation.
The album features some of the fellow birds Suff Daddy is known to fly with. Betty Ford Boy’s Dexter adds drums and baselines, and Mayer Hawthorne delivers some vocals.