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Dinner At The Thompson’s, the French-American duo of songstress Lucille Tee and producer/multi-instrumentalist Fablive, is excited to release “It All Began,” the latest single from their forthcoming sophomore album, Off The Grid, which will be released on May 17th via Earth At Work Records. The new single is a funk-fueled groove with a strong bass line and some quirky instrumental samples, including a mix of brass and muffled electric keys, that serve as the perfect compliment for the song’s weaving tales of seedy underworld characters courtesy of Lucille’s strong story-telling.
Complimenting the song, director Guillaume Cosson filmed the video as a sequence shot, an uninterrupted weaving of shots that streams its way throughout the video, pulling the viewer further in with each new development. And as impressive as the video is — which is to say, very; YouTube’s Music Page will be featuring the video this Friday — the super catchy hook, driven by Lucille’s infectious vocals, is just as memorable, making this latest single from Dinner At The Thompson’s a true standout.
Download the new single here

Watch the video for “It All Began” here. Also, be sure to check out YouTube’s Music page this Friday, where it will be the site’s featured video:

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Steaming hot jazz, chopped full of hip-hop, soul, funk, afro-beat, and electro-influenced beats. That’s what Dinner At The Thompson’s has cooking on the stove-top, and the France-American duo comprised of singer Lucille Tee and producer/multi-instrumentalist Fablive know its getting tough for fans to fight off the hunger pains as the May 17th release date approaches for their sophomore album, Off The Grid. So, as they continue to prep the main course, DATT is dropping off a nice little appetizer for fans with “Rice N’ Beans,” the latest single from the album featuring Detroit emcee Guilty Simpson.

The track was “inspired by a desire to bring an afro-beat influence into a rap beat,” says Lucille. “The lyrics are a sort of modern tale between a man and a woman, and they speak about what each can expect and give to each other. ‘Rice N’ Beans’ is a metaphor for the essential – the nutrients, the basic needs in a relationship.” Trumpet and saxophone players Ernesto Sanchez and Sam McStuff, both jazzmen heavily influenced by afro-beat, are perfect added ingredients to Fablive’s low-down, dirty, and funky vibe, while Guilty Simpson’s gruff vocals fill out the track, complementing Lucille’s sultry sassiness. “I’m giving you all that class, you asking me more for much,” she sings. “I’m giving you Rice ‘N’ Beans/ Your honey, your loving, and all those things.”

Dinner At The Thompson’s Off The Grid will be released May 17th on Earth At Work Records via FB Distribution.

Download Dinner At The Thompson’s “Rice N’ Beans” ft. Guilty Simpson here.