Where will you be when opportunity knocks? Short Fuze and Uncommon Nasa pose questions in the video for ‘Time and Space’.
Short Fuze and Uncommon Nasa are familiar collaborators who share a similar outlook on life and approach to creating music. Their most recent record is called ‘Autonomy Music’ and serves as a cathartic process for Short Fuze in so much as it serves as an escape from his fears and doubts.
As with the single and visual for Time and Space the album offers up heavy themes equally reflected in the music.
Uncommon Nasa produced all twelve tracks on ‘Autonomy Music’ and features vocally on four. The album comes in digital and physical formats available via the Uncommon Records bandcamp page.
About Short Fuze | There is a legacy of storytelling in hip hop music. From Slick Rick and KRS-ONE to the poets of today, hip hop has always been a way to comment on our world, ourselves, and share the tales of triumph and tragedy that fill our communities every day. For nearly 20 years, Short Fuze has shown his world and himself over drum loops, baring his soul in unabashed, brutal honesty.
About Uncommon Nasa | As an emcee, Nasa is inspired by the words of the famed screenwriter and playwright Rod Serling. In response to a question about how he’d like to be remembered 100 years from now, Serling simply said “as a “writer.” Nasa’s music is a story of self—often focusing on defining moments in his life and current events that strike a chord.