Oddisee releases new EP, ‘Odd Cure’

“A record I didn’t want to write, but needed to.”

Oddisee has returned with a new surprise EP, Odd Cure.

The 30-minute-long project was written and recorded over two weeks, when the Brooklyn rapper was self-isolating in New York after returning from a performance in Thailand. In a press release, Oddisee called Odd Cure a “record I didn’t want to write, but needed to.”

The EP was entirely self-produced and collects 11 tracks. It features instrumentation from Oddisee’s band, which was recorded remotely, and vocals from Olivier St Louis, Sainte Ezekiel, Priya Rago and Ralph Real. The individual songs are interspersed with phone calls between Oddisee and his various family members, giving the listener an intimate look into his self-isolation experience.


Odd Cure is Oddisee’s first project in three years, following his 2017 album, The Iceberg. Stream his new project below:

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