Emerging group Brother Zulu gives the world a dose of funk on their debut single, “Honey.”
On the soulful record, which includes an infectiously wicked bassline, the dope cinque combine their talents to deliver a major treat.
Brother Zulu — comprised of Lawrence, Noah, Max, Alex and Youssef — are five distinct acts who are currently aligning themselves with Chalene Duncan (Erykah Badu & Andre 3000) and Samuel Aroutiounian (Guns N’ Roses) to hone their sound.
The quintet has earned an esteemed honor of being BBC London’s artist of the week. Brother Zulu also performed at BBC Biggest Weekend in May 2018 to boost their acclaim as an emerging act.
Now with their debut track “Honey” mixed and mastered by renown musicians Steve Honest (Michael Jackson, Quincy Jones) and John Webber (David Bowie, Ray Charles), Brother Zulu is on the fast track to worldwide success.
Let your earbuds indulge in some “Honey” below.
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