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An Acoustic Christmas
An Acoustic Christmas
EP by b-Rabbit  and Sandra Bae
Released December 21, 2012(see release history)
Recorded December 2011, December 2012
Genre Christmas
Label BranFlakes Records(see release history)
Producer Sandra Bae (exec.), Jojikiba
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An Acoustic Christmas


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An Acoustic Christmas


After Rain


An Acoustic Christmas is a collaborative Christmas extended play by American hip-hop artist b-Rabbit and Korean/American guitarist Sandra Bae. It was released on December 21st, 2012 in the United States and has also been released internationally in the United Kingdom and Mexico, making it b-Rabbit's first album to be released internationally.

Production and CompositionEdit

Sandra Bae released three instrumental covers in December 2011 of popular Christmas carols: "Silent Night", "Little Drummer Boy", and "Jingle Bells". Shortly afterwards b-Rabbit approached Sandra about a collaboration using her instrumental of "Little Drummer Boy" and b-Rabbit's new recorded vocals. After getting approval but never recording the song, b-Rabbit shelved the idea of a Christmas album and along with it, the instrumental.

Shortly after Sandra released "Santa Claus is Coming to Town" in December of 2012, b-Rabbit once again went to her asking to collaborate, this time on an album using her instrumentals. Eventually Sandra agreed and Rabbit began recording the EP which took him just over a week to complete.

Release and PromotionsEdit

Released on December 20, 2012 in the United Kingdom and December 21 in the United States, An Acoustic Christmas marked the first collaborative album for both b-Rabbit and Sandra Bae and also serves as Sandra's debut album. 

Pre-release omotions were hosted exclusively by b-Rabbit on his official Twitter and began with a teaser image reading "DO NOT OPEN UNTIL 12.21.12/B-RABBIT - HAPPY HOLIDAYS" which was released on December 12. The EP's title was anounced on the 17th with the cover art and track listing being revealed on the 18 and 19th respectively. A promotional music video for the song "Santa Claus is Coming to Town" was released on the 20th.


The album's front cover was designed by b-Rabbit himself and was chosen out of four designs mainly due to it's simplicity. Simply a white cover with a red ribbon and gift tag reading "b-Rabbit & Sandra Bae / An Acoustic Christmas", the cover was chosen to represent the simplicity of the record with every song with the exclusion of "O Tannenbaum" being recorded over nothing but acoustic guitar.

Track List Edit

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "Santa Claus is Coming to Town" John Frederick Coots, Haven Gillespie Sandra Bae 1:49
2. "Little Drummer Boy" Katherine Kennicott Davis, Brandon Waugh (add.) Sandra Bae 4:16
3. "Jingle Bells" James Lord Pierpont, Waugh (add.) Sandra Bae 2:14
4. "Silent Night"   Joseph Mohr Sandra Bae 3:06
5. "O Tannenbaum" (b-Rabbit solo)

Ernst Anschütz

Jojikiba 1:12
6. "Amazing Grace" (Sandra Bae solo) John Newton Sandra Bae 2:13
Total length: 14:50


  • b-Rabbit - Vocals
  • Sandra Bae - Guitar
  • John Frederick Coots - Lyrics
  • Haven Gillespie - Lyrics
  • Katherine Kennicott Davis - Lyrics
  • James Lord Pierpont - Lyrics
  • Joseph Mohr - Lyrics
  • Ernst Anschütz - Lyrics
  • José Feliciano - Lyrics
  • Brandon Waugh - Additional lyrics
  • John Newton - Composer
  • Sandra Bae - Producer (executive)
  • Jojikiba - Producer
  • Christmas Hit Band - Producer

Release historyEdit

Region Date Label Format
United Kingdom December 20, 2012 BFUK Records Digital download
United States December 21, 2012 BranFlakes Records
Mexico December 22, 2012 BFMEX Records

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