Blessed Are They That Mourn

from Edibles 2 by Count Bass D

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    This collection of instrumentals and two vocal ideas was constructed where I live in Penns Valley Pennsylvania using mainly a drum machine. After few people passed away on me last year and my niece went to Iraq, we started beefing with Iran. Politics have been wild and times are uncertain but I’m grateful to be alive. I turned the record in and while I waited for it to come out, Kobe Bryant and others passed away. I was an Instagram live guest with Snoop Dogg that morning talking in front of 13K+ and nervous. My internet connection wasn’t strong enough to talk clearly. As soon as I disconnected with him I got the news about the crash. I went from being nervous, to amped for the opportunity and all the new people who were connecting with me, to confused. I had watched a random Vlad TV interview with Michael Franzese the night before. They discussed helicopters and Kobe Bryant having one. I didn’t know he used a helicopter and the next day after I found out, he died in one. I was and still am confused as if I am currently in another dimension.
    That tragic accident and the public’s reaction sealed the mood of Edibles 2. It’s been a peculiar few months and Edibles 2 sounds like it.

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from Edibles 2, released January 30, 2020


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Count Bass D

Count Bass began an extended and prolific release schedule in 2009 that includes his 2017 Snoop Dogg collaboration “Too Much Pressure,” praised by the New York Times for, “luscious, velvety, soothing, slow funk.”
After 25 years, Count Bass D is busier than ever, releasing the instrumental album Edibles in late 2019, the sequel Edibles 2 in early 2020, and his 10th vocal solo album CBD.
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