In this lesson, I show you EXACTLY how to play this dirty neo soul chord progression. I explain every voicing and show you some tricks to make your own neo soul chords!
This neo soul chord progression was inspired by the jazz standard 'Blue In Green'. It makes use of chord extensions to create big, thick textured chords. We look at how to use secondary dominants since they are very common in the neo soul / gospel genre.
I also show you some other tips and tricks that you can use to create your own neo soul chord progressions and start to understand how people such as Cory Henry and Robert Glasper sound like they do!
- Demonstration of what you're about to learn
- Step-by-step breakdown of each individual voicing
- Learn the theory behind the chord progression
- Example of the progression in use with some variations