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Notes Toward a Supreme Fusion

assa Overall, the drummer/rapper/producer whose work pushes the limits of any working definition of jazz, knows what you think of him. “Sometimes people assume, ‘Oh, he’s just throwing 808s on shit and disrespecting Miles Davis,’” he says with characteristic humor. But his argument—his mission—is a serious one, and one that he’s not sure is served by the way it’s often described. His latest album, , which was released on Brownswood in 2020, has a song on Apple Music’s “On the Corner” playlist,, is featured on Spotify’s “Jazz Rap.”

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