“Ghetto Gospel”, Magna Carda’s Latest Release Review

Burn the sage and light the incense for your next bonfire, letting Magna Carda’s “Ghetto Gospel” be the soundtrack to your midnight smoke session.   As clouds fill the air, imagine your puff-puff-pass riding the sound wave of Megs Kelli and Dougie Do, whose blend of rap, jazz and electronica have caught the ears of kinfolk from their hometown of Austin Texas to cities beyond.  They’ve joined stages with The Pharcyde, Joey Bada$$, Oddisee and have featured on NPR radio. They are paralleled with groups like The Roots and certainly suite a Tidal station with artists like Erykah Badu or Oshun in rotation.   Magna Carda is lyrical, smooth as fine wine, and in tune with frequencies that blend with Zen at any time of day.

Don’t be afraid to break out in a five-minute meditation to feed your soul some of this Magna Carda goodness morning, noon or night.  It suits any occasion and can set the mood of one moment to the next- in a good way!

Sources: NoGossipLa.Com

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This content was originally on loan at http://www.NoGossipLA.com.  Please visit their website to check out lots more on upcoming artists and culture!

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