Rejjie Snow Teams With MF DOOM On New Single 'Cookie Chips'

It's his first new release in two years...Rejjie Snow has shared 'Cookie Chips', his first new single in two years. The Irish rapper has slipped back into the shadows of late, leaving fans anticipating his next move. Out now, 'Cookie Chips' is a memorable return, the muted psychedelics in the production augmented by a curiously surreal video. A song that revels in word play, the new single finds Rejjie Snow joined by legendary rapper MF DOOM and Cam O'bi. 'Cookie Chips' finds Rejjie flexing his creative muscles, while the video - directed by Machine Operated - finds the rapper running through the forest. Grabbing a heap of balloons, his distinctive bunny ears add a playfully whimsical touch to the clip. “I love making music and creating moments,” says Rejjie. “It feels good to bring out this song in such an unaccustomed time and begin this new chapter in a solid and happy place...” Tune in now. Join us on the ad-free creative social network Vero, as we get under the skin of global cultural happenings. Follow Clash Magazine as we skip merrily between clubs, concerts, interviews and photo shoots. Get backstage sneak peeks, exclusive content and access to Clash Live events and a true view into our world as the fun and games unfold. Buy Clash Magazine  

Rejjie Snow Teams With MF DOOM On New Single 'Cookie Chips'
It's his first new release in two years...

Rejjie Snow has shared 'Cookie Chips', his first new single in two years.

The Irish rapper has slipped back into the shadows of late, leaving fans anticipating his next move.

Out now, 'Cookie Chips' is a memorable return, the muted psychedelics in the production augmented by a curiously surreal video.

A song that revels in word play, the new single finds Rejjie Snow joined by legendary rapper MF DOOM and Cam O'bi.

'Cookie Chips' finds Rejjie flexing his creative muscles, while the video - directed by Machine Operated - finds the rapper running through the forest.

Grabbing a heap of balloons, his distinctive bunny ears add a playfully whimsical touch to the clip.

“I love making music and creating moments,” says Rejjie. “It feels good to bring out this song in such an unaccustomed time and begin this new chapter in a solid and happy place...”

Tune in now.

Join us on the ad-free creative social network Vero, as we get under the skin of global cultural happenings. Follow Clash Magazine as we skip merrily between clubs, concerts, interviews and photo shoots. Get backstage sneak peeks, exclusive content and access to Clash Live events and a true view into our world as the fun and games unfold.

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Eddie Gale, Jazz Trumpeting Great, Dies at 78

Eddie Gale, a pioneering jazz trumpeter who work on numerous classics with Sun Ra, Cecil Taylor and many more, died July 10 after a battle with cancer

Eddie Gale, Jazz Trumpeting Great, Dies at 78

Eddie Gale, a pioneering jazz trumpeter who work on numerous classics with Sun Ra, Cecil Taylor and many more, died Friday (July 10) after a battle with cancer. He was 78.

Born in Brooklyn in 1941, Gale got a frontrow seat with the finest jazz musicians of the era, including Bud Powell, the bebop pianist who lived nearby, and trumpeter Kenny Dorham.

A fast learner, he soon found himself in jam sessions with the likes of drummers Art Blakey and Max Roach and saxophonists Illinois Jacquet, Sonny Stitt, and Jackie McLean.

In the early ’60s, a 20-something Gale connected with Sun Ra. A long-standing professional relationship was formed and Gale toured and recorded with Ra’s Arkestra throughout the ’60s and ’70s. His output with the intergalactic jazz icon included the 1965 set Secrets of the Sun and late ’70s recordings Lanquidity, The Other Side of the Sun, and On Jupiter.

Gale left an “incredible legacy” at Blue Note, reads a statement from the venerated label, including Larry Young’s Of Love And Peace, and Cecil Taylor’s Unit Structures, on which he played alongside free jazz standouts Jimmy Lyons (alto saxophone), Henry Grimes (bass), and Andrew Cyrille (drums).

As a bandleader, he cut the “visionary” late ‘60s albums Ghetto Music and Black Rhythm Happening for Blue Note.

Away from the stage and studio, Gale was an advocate for musicians. He launched Jazz Musicians’ Self-Help Healthcare fundraisers, donating proceeds to the Jazz Foundation of America, a not-for-profit which helps jazz and blues musicians in need of emergency funds.

And for two decades, Gale produced the annual Concerts for World Peace and Peace Poetry Contest and annual Concerts for Inner Peace in America and the World.

In 2017, Gale released a 50th anniversary edition of Eddie Gale’s Ghetto Music.

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We're saddened to announce that #EddieGale, the pioneering Brooklyn-born trumpeter, has passed away aged 78. Gale began his career as a sideman with Sun Ra & appeared on avant-garde classics of the Blue Note catalog including Cecil Taylor’s "Unit Structures" & Larry Young’s "Of Love And Peace," before forging his path as a bandleader on Blue Note with two visionary late-60s albums: "Ghetto Music" & "Black Rhythm Happening." Read more about his incredible legacy at bluenote.com & listen to his music via the link in our bio.

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