American comic Reggie Watts’s latest album, Live At Central Park, is officially released in the UK next week – and we have ten copies to five away.
Watts –a familiar face (and hair) on the international festival circuit - is known for improvising sets using only his formidable voice and a looping machine.
Live At Central Park is the Brooklyn-based comic’s second full-length album, after 2010’s Why Shit So Crazy?, and comprises two discs: a CD and DVD.
Here’s a sample from the show:
The album is released on Comedy Central on July 12, but to win one of our copies, just answer the question below by 5pm on July 19, when we will select a winner at random from all correct entrants. Usual terms and conditions apply, with bulk entrants disqualified.
The question is: How is Reggie Watts’ style of singing unaccompanied by instruments known?