Watch Robert Glasper Get ‘Over’ With Yebba, D Smoke & Emily King On ‘Austin City Limits’

The episode featuring Glasper and special guests as well as DOMi & JD Beck initially airs on Saturday, January 20 at 8 p.m. ET.

By Scott Bernstein Jan 19, 2024 11:57 am PST

Groundbreaking jazz artists Robert Glasper and DOMi & JD BECK share this weekend’s episode of Austin City Limits. Preview the hour premiering on PBS (check local listings) Saturday, January 20 at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT by watching Glasper’s “Over” performance with special guests YEBBA, D Smoke and Emily King below.

Grammy-winning and nominated producer/keyboardist/composer Robert Glasper put the focus on the latest installment of his Black Radio series of albums. Black Radio III arrived in February 2023 featuring a slew of guest appearances from the likes of Yebba, King, D Smoke, Jennifer Hudson, Common, Meshell Ndegeocello, PJ Morton, Q-Tip and more.


Robert Glasper kicks off the eighth non-Hall of Fame installment of ACL’s Season 49 joined by singer-songwriter Emily King for a performance of their “What Love Can Do” collaboration. The track was originally released last year on the second season soundtrack of the STARZ show Run The World. Glasper, who appeared on a 2019 Austin City Limits episode as member of Austin Greene, looks to Black Radio III for “Shine” with rapper D Smoke and “Over” featuring Grammy-winning singer Yebba, King and D Smoke to wrap the first half of the hour on the long-running live music television program.

The pianist gives a stirring introduction to Yebba which clearly moves her. The Arkansas native born as Abigail Elizabeth Smith co-wrote “Over” with Glasper and does a fine job of recreating her contributions to the studio track. Glasper calls King and D Smoke back to the stage to add harmonies and freestyle rapping respectively. The musicians are accompanied by Robert’s lockstep three-piece band of bass, drums and DJ.

See Glasper performing “Over” with Yebba, Emily King and D Smoke below:

The full episode can be viewed on shortly after the initial broadcast. Austin City Limits can also be watched via the PBS App.

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