Sampha collaborates with XL boss on two new tracks

Having treated us to his brilliant solo album 'Process' earlier this year, Sampha has been keeping busy with a couple of new collaborations.

The new tracks 'Close But Not Quite' and 'Everything Is Recorded' were produced in collaboration with XL Recordings boss Richard Russell on his latest project 'Everything Is Recorded', which is also due to feature works with Mark Ronson, Brian Eno, Peter Gabriel, Kamasi Washington, Syd, Damon Albarn, and Warren Ellis. So it is going to be quite the spectacle.

The songs where unveiled on Russell's recent Reprezent radio show , which you can hear below. 'Close But Not Quite' starts at approximately 53:58, while the second 'Everything Is Recorded' is at 1:13:51.

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