Brother Ali – Sensitive
“‘Sensitive’ deals with the reality that artists are often times faced with self doubt and a deep sense that the world isn’t hearing us as we’d like to be heard. This one was made at a time when I’d taken too long to release new music, had medical trouble with my voice and felt like I’d alienated fans with my political statements. Typical ‘tortured artist’ vibe that not many people talk about in Hip-Hop, but we all experience it on one level or another.”
— Brother Ali
Direction, Camera and Editing by Dave Wilson.
Grip, Electric and Script Supervision by Sumiera Abou-Nasr.
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In addition to the release of “Sensitive,” Brother Ali is set to embark upon a special 16-date headlining tour where he will perform in its entirety his debut album, Shadows on the Sun, which is celebrating its fifteenth anniversary. The tour is set to kick off November 1 in Washington, D.C., with additional stops in New York, Chicago, Minneapolis, Austin, Los Angeles and more. Newly added stops in Albuquerque, Santa Fe and Phoenix also go on sale today.
Additional information and tickets for the “Shadows on the Sun 15-Year Anniversary Tour” are available HERE.