“Come Back” was birthed by sOuL from the O while on a BART train from Oakland to San Francisco, listening to a Headnodic breakbeat instrumental. Trying to express the tension between how life is, and how life could be – the song wrote itself. Inspired by 80’s PSA cartoons, the track is a throwback to HipHop in the park, reminiscent of music that inspires the uprising of the imagination for a better world, in the face of the darkest moments. One of many collaborations between sOuL from the O and producer Headnodic, “Come Back” is the 2nd single from the forthcoming Queens and Pharaohs album. Let it move you!
Check out the song above.
About sOuL from the O:
Nobody gave sOuL from the O permission to make his brand of Hip-Hop, and he likes it this way. Sometimes eclectic, sometimes fierce, pounding on the doors of the establishment, he has been on a collision course for expanding the boundaries of Hip-Hop music for some time now. Releasing his first album in the early 2000’s, followed by a string of singles, vinyl pressings, EPs and live performances (opening up for the likes of Yasiin Bey being a highlight!) Sometimes performing with his co-collaborator Woodstock on the MPC sampler & other times incorporating live instruments, sOuL from the O is currently on a mission to connect with Hip-Hop heads world wide!