Music: Jake Milliner – Reminisce featuring Alfa Mist & Marcus Tenney (Single)

South London producer Jake Milliner finally released his first solo single, which is likely to be featured on his upcoming debut album Bernie Says, to be released later this year. The track is called “Reminisce” and features fellow London-based producer Alfa Mist on keys and Richmond, Virginia-based multi-instrumentalist Marcus Tenney on trumpet.

Known for his incredible boom-bap production for artists such as Barney Artist, Kofi Stone, Musiq Soulchild and T3 among others, this new single features the same, heavy beat that makes my head knock back and forth, with gorgeous, soulful keys and trumpet melodies that add such a brilliant jazzy undertone to the record. It’s an exciting release, and one which genuinely gets me gassed for his full-length album featuring some amazing artists – Joe Armon-Jones, Howard McNair, Bubblerap (from Hawk House), Eun and 25.

Listen to Jake Milliner’s new single “Reminisce” featuring Alfa Mist and Marcus Tenney below via Bandcamp and don’t forget to support! Released via Melting Pot Music.

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