Following the recent release of the much loved debut album Process earlier this year by British singer/songwriter Sampha, we now get two new tracks from the soulful artist that hold just as much emotion and sweet melody as the rest of his work. The new tracks, dubbed “Close But Not Quite” and “Everything Is Recorded” appears on LX Recording founder Richard Russell’s (who was previously a producer who worked with the likes of the legendary Bobby Womack and Gil Scott-Heron) latest compilation project called Everything Is Recorded.

The project also brings on the talents of Mark Ronson, Brian Eno, Syd and Frank Ocean to name a few, all mixed together in a two-hour seamless track that also includes sound bites from Russell and friends. The two new Sampha tracks, which were written especially for the LP project at XL’s studio with an intimate vibe and a few Reprezent presenters watching (which goes for all other featured tracks). The beautifully emotional tracks can be found at the 53:58 mark for “Close But Not Quite,” and the 1:13:51 mark for Everything Is Recorded. Enjoy the eclectic LP project above, and make sure you listen to more of Sampha here, as well as checking out Reprezent radio here.