"Bullets In The Streets And Blood” by Cody ChesnuTT
BTR Hear & There | ep124 | Oct 24, 2016
Cody ChesnuTT emerged on the national musical landscape in 2002 with his appropriately-titled The Headphone Masterpiece. Truly a special record from a unique, soulful voice, it left so many wanting more -- and even moreso when the Roots covered/collaborated with ChesnuTT on their version of the single, "The Seed.” And though his recorded output in the following years was limited, it’s been less sporadic since 2010. Now, with a new album looming, he joined us in a backyard in Crown Heights, Brooklyn for an intimate performance of his newly released single.

My Love Divine Degree is due out in 2017.

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Cody ChesnuTT: Official Website // Facebook // Twitter

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MUSIC | We head out to various interesting locations in NYC -- and occasionally elsewhere -- with dynamic musicians playing their songs in unique settings.

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