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7 years after debut album 'Universes' on Ninja Tune, Seven Davis Jr. Returns with the official follow up titled 'I See The Future' on his own Secret Angels imprint. The 11 song adventure provides a fun concentrated blend of deep house, soul, disco, funk, electronica and underground textures. The album brings together Sev's different flavors into a finely aged, familiar, yet new atmosphere.First two tracks 'Records' featuring L3ni (member of Natasha Diggs Soul In The Horn collective in New York) and 'U Already Know' featuring bassist Neil White (half of Canadian Rock duo The Carps), were originally produced in London early 2016 at a studio provided to Jr. #by Domino Publishing located in the basement of a rundown home rumored to formerly belong to The Rolling Stones.Title track 'I See The Future' was produced in Houston, Texas in early 2017 and features fellow Texan Oye Manny (Sure Shot, Secret Angels), who co-produced the track. 'Figure It Out' featuring LA soulful house DJ Juliet Mendoza (Dusk Recordings), was recorded early 2021 post-lockdown. While 'Escape The Matrix' was a demo produced around 2013 then reworked in 2020.'Share Your Toys' featuring Toribio (front man of NYC live band Conclave), 'Boys & Girls' and 'N'Joy' were all produced in Los Angeles late 2019 pre-covid. 'Mission Completed' was produced during 2020 in Seattle Washington, where Sev spent lockdown. 'Let's Travel...' the most recent of the recordings, was produced in Houston, Texas over the summer of 2021 in a hotel room during a road trip.Closing track 'New Life, Who Dis' was produced in early 2019 and has a different origin. The moody instrumental was first made for a celebrity that Sev had been invited to ghost produce for. We cannot mention said celeb (because, NDA). After many sessions it became clear the celeb only wanted criminally watered down and copycat ideas. So Sev respectfully declined the invitation and decided to save this track for something special.All vocals were recorded between 2020 and 2021 after Sev recovered from Covid, gratefully with no long term damage. A situation that caused him to retrain his vocals and breathing skills. An experience that he considers to have had a rejuvenating effect on his life.'The album's called 'I See The Future' because it's mostly a collection of songs I'd been keeping in my vault for whatever reason. Instrumentals I'd been really sitting on, letting cook longer than usual. Songs that needed more time, in this case years, to form. Usually it hasn't taken too long to get ideas out but for this project I wanted different results. Plus so much happened in the world it's made me become a different person/artist. So my process is different. All in all it's fun uplifting vibes about enjoying life and moving on to better, hope people pick up on that. ' - Sev
7 years after debut album 'Universes' on Ninja Tune, Seven Davis Jr. Returns with the official follow up titled 'I See The Future' on his own Secret Angels imprint. The 11 song adventure provides a fun concentrated blend of deep house, soul, disco, funk, electronica and underground textures. The album brings together Sev's different flavors into a finely aged, familiar, yet new atmosphere.First two tracks 'Records' featuring L3ni (member of Natasha Diggs Soul In The Horn collective in New York) and 'U Already Know' featuring bassist Neil White (half of Canadian Rock duo The Carps), were originally produced in London early 2016 at a studio provided to Jr. #by Domino Publishing located in the basement of a rundown home rumored to formerly belong to The Rolling Stones.Title track 'I See The Future' was produced in Houston, Texas in early 2017 and features fellow Texan Oye Manny (Sure Shot, Secret Angels), who co-produced the track. 'Figure It Out' featuring LA soulful house DJ Juliet Mendoza (Dusk Recordings), was recorded early 2021 post-lockdown. While 'Escape The Matrix' was a demo produced around 2013 then reworked in 2020.'Share Your Toys' featuring Toribio (front man of NYC live band Conclave), 'Boys & Girls' and 'N'Joy' were all produced in Los Angeles late 2019 pre-covid. 'Mission Completed' was produced during 2020 in Seattle Washington, where Sev spent lockdown. 'Let's Travel...' the most recent of the recordings, was produced in Houston, Texas over the summer of 2021 in a hotel room during a road trip.Closing track 'New Life, Who Dis' was produced in early 2019 and has a different origin. The moody instrumental was first made for a celebrity that Sev had been invited to ghost produce for. We cannot mention said celeb (because, NDA). After many sessions it became clear the celeb only wanted criminally watered down and copycat ideas. So Sev respectfully declined the invitation and decided to save this track for something special.All vocals were recorded between 2020 and 2021 after Sev recovered from Covid, gratefully with no long term damage. A situation that caused him to retrain his vocals and breathing skills. An experience that he considers to have had a rejuvenating effect on his life.'The album's called 'I See The Future' because it's mostly a collection of songs I'd been keeping in my vault for whatever reason. Instrumentals I'd been really sitting on, letting cook longer than usual. Songs that needed more time, in this case years, to form. Usually it hasn't taken too long to get ideas out but for this project I wanted different results. Plus so much happened in the world it's made me become a different person/artist. So my process is different. All in all it's fun uplifting vibes about enjoying life and moving on to better, hope people pick up on that. ' - Sev
5060913709143

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Format: Vinyl
Label: Secret Angels
Rel. Date: 04/08/2022
UPC: 5060913709143

I See The Future
Artist: Davis, Seven Jr
Format: Vinyl
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. A
2. Records (feat. L3ni)
3. A
4. U Already Know (feat. Neil White)
5. A
6. I See The Future (feat. Oye Manny)
7. B
8. Figure It Out (feat. Juliet Mendoza)
9. B
10. Escape the Matrix
11. B
12. Share Your Toys (feat. Toribio)
13. C
14. Boys ; Girls
15. C
16. N'Joy
17. C
18. Mission Completed
19. D
20. Let's Travel...
21. D
22. New Life, Who Dis

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7 years after debut album 'Universes' on Ninja Tune, Seven Davis Jr. Returns with the official follow up titled 'I See The Future' on his own Secret Angels imprint. The 11 song adventure provides a fun concentrated blend of deep house, soul, disco, funk, electronica and underground textures. The album brings together Sev's different flavors into a finely aged, familiar, yet new atmosphere.First two tracks 'Records' featuring L3ni (member of Natasha Diggs Soul In The Horn collective in New York) and 'U Already Know' featuring bassist Neil White (half of Canadian Rock duo The Carps), were originally produced in London early 2016 at a studio provided to Jr. #by Domino Publishing located in the basement of a rundown home rumored to formerly belong to The Rolling Stones.Title track 'I See The Future' was produced in Houston, Texas in early 2017 and features fellow Texan Oye Manny (Sure Shot, Secret Angels), who co-produced the track. 'Figure It Out' featuring LA soulful house DJ Juliet Mendoza (Dusk Recordings), was recorded early 2021 post-lockdown. While 'Escape The Matrix' was a demo produced around 2013 then reworked in 2020.'Share Your Toys' featuring Toribio (front man of NYC live band Conclave), 'Boys & Girls' and 'N'Joy' were all produced in Los Angeles late 2019 pre-covid. 'Mission Completed' was produced during 2020 in Seattle Washington, where Sev spent lockdown. 'Let's Travel...' the most recent of the recordings, was produced in Houston, Texas over the summer of 2021 in a hotel room during a road trip.Closing track 'New Life, Who Dis' was produced in early 2019 and has a different origin. The moody instrumental was first made for a celebrity that Sev had been invited to ghost produce for. We cannot mention said celeb (because, NDA). After many sessions it became clear the celeb only wanted criminally watered down and copycat ideas. So Sev respectfully declined the invitation and decided to save this track for something special.All vocals were recorded between 2020 and 2021 after Sev recovered from Covid, gratefully with no long term damage. A situation that caused him to retrain his vocals and breathing skills. An experience that he considers to have had a rejuvenating effect on his life.'The album's called 'I See The Future' because it's mostly a collection of songs I'd been keeping in my vault for whatever reason. Instrumentals I'd been really sitting on, letting cook longer than usual. Songs that needed more time, in this case years, to form. Usually it hasn't taken too long to get ideas out but for this project I wanted different results. Plus so much happened in the world it's made me become a different person/artist. So my process is different. All in all it's fun uplifting vibes about enjoying life and moving on to better, hope people pick up on that. ' - Sev
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