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About Incognito

Under the guise of Acid Jazz, Incognito deliver a polished blend of electronic grooves, Neo-Soul vocals, and elaborate studio orchestration. They fuse harmonies often recalling the jazzy soul of Stevie Wonder (whose "Don't You Worry 'Bout a Thing" was a hit for them in 1992) with a mix of hip-hop, Funk, Electro, and Latin rhythms. Sax and trumpet work can tend toward pedestrian Smooth Jazz, but the rare instrumental can find them stretching out. Ultimately, though, this is party music, and is equally appropriate for the dance floor or the bedroom.

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Listen toIncognitoon Rhapsody

Under the guise of Acid Jazz, Incognito deliver a polished blend of electronic grooves, Neo-Soul vocals, and elaborate studio orchestration. They fuse harmonies often recalling the jazzy soul of Stevie Wonder (whose "Don't You Worry 'Bout a Thing" was a hit for them in 1992) with a mix of hip-hop, Funk, Electro, and Latin rhythms. Sax and trumpet work can tend toward pedestrian Smooth Jazz, but the rare instrumental can find them stretching out. Ultimately, though, this is party music, and is equally appropriate for the dance floor or the bedroom.

About Incognito

Under the guise of Acid Jazz, Incognito deliver a polished blend of electronic grooves, Neo-Soul vocals, and elaborate studio orchestration. They fuse harmonies often recalling the jazzy soul of Stevie Wonder (whose "Don't You Worry 'Bout a Thing" was a hit for them in 1992) with a mix of hip-hop, Funk, Electro, and Latin rhythms. Sax and trumpet work can tend toward pedestrian Smooth Jazz, but the rare instrumental can find them stretching out. Ultimately, though, this is party music, and is equally appropriate for the dance floor or the bedroom.

About Incognito

Under the guise of Acid Jazz, Incognito deliver a polished blend of electronic grooves, Neo-Soul vocals, and elaborate studio orchestration. They fuse harmonies often recalling the jazzy soul of Stevie Wonder (whose "Don't You Worry 'Bout a Thing" was a hit for them in 1992) with a mix of hip-hop, Funk, Electro, and Latin rhythms. Sax and trumpet work can tend toward pedestrian Smooth Jazz, but the rare instrumental can find them stretching out. Ultimately, though, this is party music, and is equally appropriate for the dance floor or the bedroom.