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Sam Rucker Inspired Saxophonist With A Hip-Hop Lean

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Sam Rucker urges “Be True 2 Who U R” ahead of the June 3 release of “Tell You Something” Hip-hop producer turned contemporary jazz saxophonist Sam Rucker has something to say. Blending jazz, hip-hop, soul and gospel, he communicates through inspirational instrumentals that meaningfully resonate with listeners. Nearly three years in the making, his sophomore album, “Tell You Something,” is slated for release from Favor Productions on June 3 and contributions from Norman ConnorsBobby LyleTom Browne and Alyson Williams on the set mixed and mastered by Euge Groove.    

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