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New York, N.Y. – Music production house duo Soul Science Lab to release their debut album, Plan for Paradise, and host an innovative multimedia album release and concert event on September 1st, 2016 at le Poisson Rouge in New York City.

Soul Science Lab is set to host an innovative album release concert and party, the Plan for Paradise Extravaganza, featuring live performances by frontmen, Chen Lo and Asante’ Amin. The event will feature an immersive virtual reality lounge that fuses music, images and symbol art that inspired the studio album though Layar-augmented reality technology, in addition to an opening performance by Oshun and an after party with music by Pure Magic DJ, DJ Jahmedicine and I Love Vinyl DJ, DJ OP!

While Hip-Hop at its core, Plan for Paradise blends a mix of raw Afrobeat, R&B, Soul and second line Jazz to complement the album that chronicles insights, joys, triumphs and love of culture, people and life’s journeys. The album includes collaborations with dancer and Beyonce’s “Grown Woman” feature singer Ismael Kouyate , America’s Got Talent breakout stars Raphael “Raii” Smith and Whitney Keaton (The Smiths), Neo-soul Hip-Hop band Oshun and R&B/Gospel vocalist Rasul A-Salaam. The first single, “Gimme Dat,” a rallying cry to take back Black culture that’s been misplaced, lost and stolen, is now available for purchase on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify and Amazon.com.

“This music, the ideas and complete presentation of our art represents our solution and offering to the world. It’s music, but it’s magic and we intend to help heal people with it… We created a sound, holding a message that must be heard now. This music represents an idea whose time has come and we are blessed to be the vessels and bringers of this art.” – Asante’ Amin

“Plan for Paradise is a request. It’s not ‘the plan.’ This album is our attempt to find our paradise and an invitation for you to find the one you envision. We all have the power to manifest a reality beyond this one…one that allows us to maximize our fullest potential. This music is for celebration, meditation, reflection, motivation, healing and transformation. Plan for Paradise.” – Chen Lo

Most recently, Soul Science Lab presented a 3-day sold-out engagement of Soundtrack ‘63, a live music and 3-screen multi- media millennial retrospective of the major events of the Civil Rights Movement in partnership with Junebug Productions and the Contemporary Arts Center of New Orleans, Louisiana. Music from Chen Lo’s solo album Footprints and Asante Amin’s independent EP The Visitor: Alter Destiny have been featured in episodes of “Hello Cupid,” “Sexless,” “Chef Julian,” and “RommieLoverFriends,” which aired on BET and the dup was also featured in TheRoot.com’s Black Music Month series, celebrating the legacy of music of the African diaspora.

Soul Science Lab’s Plan for Paradise Extravaganza will be held at le Poisson Rouge, located at 158 Bleecker Street New York, NY. Doors open at 8pm. Show at 9pm. For tickets to the Plan for Paradise Extravaganza, visit https://pfpextravaganza.splashthat.com/. Advanced tickets are $10 and general admission is $15 at the door. Collectors edition CD’s, t-shirt and Plan for Paradise inspired multimedia enhanced merchandise will be available for sale.

To learn more about Soul Science Lab, visit soulsciencelab.com. To connect with Soul Science Lab, visit the Soul Science Lab Facebook page, follow Soul Science Lab on Twitter @SoulScienceLab and on Instagram @SoulScienceLab. To watch Soul Science Lab interviews, music videos and performances, visit youtube.com/Soulsciencelab. Follow the online conversation on the track with the hashtag #PlanforParadise.

For images, bios and other Plan for Paradise album press assets, visit http://bit.ly/SSLplanforparadise. For all Soul Science Lab media and booking inquiries, please contact Jasu Sims at jasu@presstheory.com or at (646) 820.9859.

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About the Soul Science Lab

Soul Science Lab (SSL) is a Brooklyn based music production-company with an empowering approach to self-expression. Co-founder Chen Lo is a seasoned artist, educator and creative director. This visionary mind has toured the globe, performing and leading master classes with a number of cultural arts institutions, including Jazz at Lincoln Center on the Rhythym Road, the August Wilson Center, 651 ARTS and others. Chen Lo has also shared the stage with the likes of Common, Erykah Badu, KRS-ONE, A Tribe Called Quest, Xzibit and has worked with the legendary Last Poets. To date, he has recorded notable collaborations with K’Naan, Murs Jean Grae and Ryan Leslie. Co-founder Asante’ Amin is a gifted multi -instrumentalist, composer and producer. A MetLife Meet the Composer award winner, Amin is a musical director ahead of his time. Soul Science Lab’s current projects include: Chen Lo’s 2013 album Footprints, Amin’s 2014 album The Visitor and “Soundtrack ‘63”, a multi-media, musical and millennial retrospective on the Civil Rights Movement, explored through images, video, jazz, hip-hop, soul and poetry. To learn more about Soul Science Lab, visit soulsciencelab.com.

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