Digable Planets’ Cee Knowledge’s New Video Is All About His Hip-Hop Connection

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Cee Knowledge, who many in the Hip-hop world know by his former moniker (“Doodlebug”) from Digable Planets, is set to release his forthcoming album AlienAided. And to begin the celebration, he’s dropping the video for the first video from the project.

“SpaceMan” is an animated space odyssey the Grammy Award-winning MC takes viewers on, and it’s very reflective of his past and upbringing. On the Cookie Rabinowitz-featured track, he also professes his love for Hip-Hop music by incorporating a lot of his Rap inspirations into his bars. “I am a fan of the 36 Chambers,” he raps. “Member of that Gang Starr, I got Sticky Fingaz / I am the last of these rap Bohemias.” The song features the Cosmic Funk Orchestra.

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AlienAided is slated for release this summer with pre-orders available this week. Most recently, Digable Planets has been touring, with a rich legacy.

Just last month, Naturally 7, a vocal play group out of New York City, flipped D.P.’s “Rebirth of Slick (Cool Like That)” and released a video, which Ambrosia For Heads premiered:

The crew sang a majority of the raps by breaking up the verses so each member could get a little shine.