Don't act like you don't remember Donnie, he's only the most politically provocative artist to emerge from Atlanta's turn-of-the-millennium soul scene. Got word from him today that WCLK-FM's Jamal Ahmad is premiering his new single on 91.9 in about a half hour.
No word on the song's title yet, but it's the debut single from Donnie's upcoming LP, The American Anthology. I had a short convo with Donnie while he was in the midst of creating the new album last year and he said some surprising things in regards to the old soul, live instrumentation sound of his previous releases (The Colored Section, The Daily News) — a sound he said he intended to avoid altogether on his new release.
Should be very interesting. After all, it's Donnie.
Tune in to WCLK's online stream at 4 p.m., if you can't break away.
*Christ, Lord sorry
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