Soul Clap Delivers Electrifying Third Studio Album ‘WTF (World Transformation Force)’: Dancing Astronaut


Soul Clap has released their third studio album titled WTF (Global Force for Transformation) via Fool’s Gold Records. The Boston duo teased the release of their LP with extended pieces titled accordingly World, Transformation, and Obligate released in January, February and March. The 15-track album showcases the DJ couple’s blended tastes of deep, funk and soul while conveying powerful messages about the world’s issues like WTF (Global Force for Transformation) rightly sees its full release on Earth Day (April 22). Speaking on the album, the duo shared in a press release stating,

WTF (Global Force for Transformation) is our reaction to what is happening to this planet called Earth, and to us, the human beings on it. It is a call to radical love and radical hope. It’s a call to action, a time for all of us to come together on the path to positive change. Dance music was born as a subversive and underground movement of marginalized people and we believe it is our duty to follow in their footsteps and use the power of our culture for positive change.

WTF (Global Force for Transformation) features a handful of eloquent vocal contributions from Desmond “DSP” Powell, Life On Planets, Nona Hendryx, Tra’aze Clinton, Sha-Lor, XL Middleton, and more. With three unreleased tracks making the final cut, the duo’s third album bridges a modern twist and underground soul sound while allowing Soul Clap to use its platform to shed light on important issues with themes. uplifting. Flux WTF (Global Force for Transformation) below.

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