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Ma JiD "Sound Of A Flower" Release Date TODAY!
(Published: April 20, 2018)

Ma*JiD played to a sold out house last Saturday at National Sawdust in Brooklyn. TODAY is the official release date for Sound Of A Flower. April 20 is Ma*JiD's birthday.

Ma*JiD is the Track of the Day at AllAboutJazz.com.

Ma*JiD is getting international airplay on radio.

"I'm always looking for new voices, even on ancient instruments, with a unique, personal and modern approach to jazz. I've found it in the music of Ma*JiD and the album Sound Of A Flower. Can you say 'REFRESHING'? Sure you can!"
Russ Davis
Voice of America
MOJA Radio

Three time Downbeat Rising Jazz violinist Ma*JiD ecstatically celebrates the release of his newest album, Sound Of A Flower. The culmination of an eight year journey, the album features special guests Squala Orphan (Brooklyn MC/Guru's Jazzmatazz Alum), Sfumato Symphony Orchestra, and Cyrus Aaron (acclaimed Poet/ Activist/TV Personality).

Ma*JiD's music is defined by its angelic string sounds, aboriginal electric bass grooves, lush harmonic textures layered with a combination of acoustic/electric sounds and its heavy hip-hop influenced drums. The album itself is music that chronicles the development of jazz music from a New Orleans juke joint, a highly technical musical view of a modern city, a gospel bound violin with orchestra in a great hall and a socially conscience street anthem with the trap music swag to match.

"Majid has a unique blend of improvisation, groove and technical sophistication"
- Wynton Marsalis

"He really plays the language of jazz" - T.S. Monk

"The Most Killing Jazz Violinist Out Now" - Antonio Hart

"Taking jazz violin in a new direction" - John Blake Jr.

"Rising Jazz Violinist 2015-2017"
- Downbeat Magazine

Ma*JiD contact: rakhensu@yahoo.com

Ma*JiD website: http://www.majidkhaliq.com/

More Information: http://www.majidkhaliq.com/

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