Black Space Tapes is the debut album on StonesThrow Records from 20-year-old jazz prodigy Jamael Dean. The album was co-produced,...
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Black Space Tapes is the debut album on StonesThrow Records from 20-year-old jazz prodigy Jamael Dean. The album was co-produced, compiled and sequenced by Carlos Niño, internationally celebrated producer, composer, arranger and DJ. At the age of 15, Jamael played with Kamasi Washington on his 2018 album 'Heaven And Earth' and toured as part of Thundercat’s trio.
Jamael’s music reflects the dual influence of his contemporaries in the Los Angeles scene and that of jazz ancestors including Sun Ra, Alice Coltrane, Herbie Hancock and soul jazz drummer Donald Dean - who is also his grandfather.