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"It. He can look anything so that's the kind of thing in jazz you know <hes> my buddy marcus miller who's this brilliant bass player who was he was luther vandross else's musical director and he did all music for luther right now is all great but he also produced music for miles davis you know and he's done stuff again with with with anybody from like you know. Bill withers to to classic old school jazz artists so yeah jazz covers a wide range and that's what i love about it but there's a lot of young jazz artists now who are bringing in hip hop and and different genres into jazz that are making it really international stuff a lot of african sound coming coming brazilian sound coming in and these are the guy terrace martin hoot in a group called articles now with glass bor terrorist martin. It does all of kendrick lamar's music really so since crossover. I'll go with with kendrick lamar and <hes> ah you know i just i need to make five million dollars so do this music but when i can just create and play and have fun and just be a musician then i go to my jazz roots tonight jam with these guys in a whole different different vibes so here's rohingya spirit jasper. That's hilarious what is going on with his head. What is up there with. That red stripe got nothing so what's happening now as a hat yeah i can't be its hair interesting so he's using a vo coder so as he sings it comes through the instrument. Wow these guys got to be high. No way around. That part of jazz never changed yeah. That's miles. Davis always been fascinating. Camila cabello all the people in musical history like he's always been like with this one dude. I was like wow the love the met that guy may so fucking intense marcus you know played in his band in new i would have loved to have seen him live because you know he he did. A record call kind kind of blue. Which is the biggest selling jazz record ever. He did it in fifty nine. It still sells thousands of copies a week like it's still a big you know kind of blue is the standard but he also played covers of like human nature and time after time like in the eighties he was doing covers of that. Wow now you know so so again that that was the thing about about jazz he was like yeah. It was good music so i'm gonna play it like i don't. I don't care written by hey cindy lauper or you know duke ellington music. I'm gonna play it and that that's what's so cool about but yes so so those are places but when you go to the jazz festivals you know what are the playboy jazz festival newport jazz festival my just like our comedy festival where you get a bunch of musicians who are like okay.."