Today the rap game has changed. Hip-Hop is no longer just global, it’s Universal and we ain’t talking about the record label. Today, NASA announced a collaboration with Apple, that will help further the agency’s efforts educate and excite the public about missions like Juno.
The GZA steps up to the plate for Hip-Hop with “The Spark,” as GZA presents a history of the universe, the Wu-Tang member applies science and space to his raps and its EPIC. “The Spark” was recorded in celebration of NASA’s Juno Mission, which arrives in Jupiter’s orbit on July 4, 2016.
“Matter and antimatter, the archrival,” he says. “Met, obliterating each other for survival.” “The Spark” was recorded to celebrate NASA’s Juno Mission, which arrives in Jupiter’s orbit on July 4, 2016. The song was produced by Paul Ryder (Happy Mondays) & Jesse Pritchett and premiered on Beats 1 Radio. Nine Inch Nails frontman and GRAMMY-winning musician Trent Reznor scored the behind the scenes documentary and all the content is available now on Apple Music and iTunes.
Listen to GZA’s “The Spark” on Apple Music: https://itun.es/us/nltsdb
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