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Warm Brew - Full Effect feat. Dom Kennedy Prod by DeUno
The latest song from their forthcoming, still-untitled Red Bull Records debut album,
“Full Effect” is both languorous and propulsive. Produced by frequent Warm Brew collaborator DeUno (who also did “Gang Signs” for The Game), the slowly swirling atmospherics and glinting keys sound between crisp percussion.
And evokes the nostalgia of West Coast rap’s past while driving the proverbial lowrider toward contemporary horizons.
A low-stakes affair about confidence and swagger as aphrodisiacs,
it also features L.A. rap fixture Dom Kennedy, who will be executive producing the album.
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Warm Brew - Full Effect feat. Dom Kennedy (Official Music Video)
Warm Brew are taking that classic West Coast sound out for a spin and returning it in a fresh state.
The trio are smashing summer, with their every move seeming to take fans by surprise.
'Full Effect' is an absolute jewel, a laid back cut that brings the melody while still bumping the groove.
Dom Kennedy leaps on top, with Warm Brew explaining: “First time we played it for Dom, he was instantly trying to hop on it, and of course, we were down. It’s always dope creating with somebody who's helped you progress to where you are in your career. The record just gives you this smooth throwback feeling in a fresh and present way.”
Serk adds: “The song is on some player shit. The song is a vibe. It's an ode to generations past present and future and it reminds me of something my uncle would've showed me so I want to show my nephew.”
Vivement la sortie du skeud, Full Effects est bien smooth !
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