2015-05-15T13:51:20+00:00 2015-08-17T20:40:21+00:00

London Future delivers nu disco poetry on "It's Okay Girl" [Premiere + Download]

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Lately, we've been seeing a lot of passion come to fruition out of the Caribbean dance music scene. Following artists like Haitian producer Michael Brun, we've gotten word of the latest talent coming out of Trinidad & Tobago, calling himself London Future. His name seems pretty indicative of the music scene his style has been birthed from, with his latest track, "It's Okay Girl" solidifying his interest in future trap's production. As you might have guessed, the track samples Usher's vocals from his Neptunes-produced hit from 2000, "You Don't Have to Call."

The track evolves from a refreshing start to a deeper bass-filled height, infusing dance and hip hop elements into contemporary production. It's out for free download via London Future's SoundCloud page ahead of his official debut via Ultra Records coming this summer.

                                     

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