After a 2-year hiatus Illect Recordings producer, Sundance, is back with a powerful, jazzy new single some are already calling an instant classic, which nods the head while speaking passionately about the cycles of racial relations in America.
“We just collectively wanted to sit down and make something that we could all be proud of that would stand the test of time. There are a lot of conversations going on right now, and this is our contribution to that conversation. Like Sojourn said ‘Some cycles need to be broken’.”
Cycles features veteran MC’s Sojourn (Future Shock), Cardiac P (Boombox Titans), and Ozay Moore (Lightheaded); while the hook introduces us to Sundance’s 11-year old daughter, Ocean Jade (whose face we see featured on the cover). The backing band is formidable as well, with the mighty Stro Elliot on drums, Sundance’s father, Ron Gollner on Upright Bass, Chris St. George on Electric Bass, Deepspace5’s Sivion on Sax, Jeff Grasmick (of Manuok) on Vibes, Sundance on keys, & his brother-in-law Brett Wagner (Emerson) on Trumpet.