After they have refined the beats of countless producers with their horns, it’s now time for the quintet’s first own album. Of course the Soul Food Horns have also brought many of their producer friends on board for “Cookout”.
I have to admit that I’m a sucker for horns. So it doesn’t really matter if the beat goes in the direction of Chillhop or Lofi, the Soul Food Horns always add their Jazz / Neo-Soul touch. The 10 tracks also show their wide range and underline what an important contribution they’ve made to the steadily growing instrumental hiphop movement in recent years.