London's basement beatniks Kry Wolf show no signs of packing as they continue to flesh out sounds tuned to their conventional blend of canny future formats and stark old school influences. Heading the Sounds of Sumo imprint, the duo aims to leave a lasting mark on the scene by drawing fresh blood to the surface with releases like Mak & Pasteman's Get With the Program and Tony Good's Friends EP, their next followup due out this month (February 20th). With so many facets to express their hustle for fitted taste one can only marvel at how they manage, but they do and today they ask nothing but love in return. "Ninety-Nine" has been floating around the waves for months suited in an apparel of hip hop egos and grim UK basslines. Not to be mistaken by the rude and outlandish, this track rides on an effortless and more subtle board of cool. Sampling the puffed up rap diction of P. Diddy, the rambling can be seen as the crux of the track as the men behind the mixing desk struggle through copyright legalities and paying off major label royalties. In the end ears and pockets win, as Kry Wolf has given EARMILK carte blanche to release their latest original exclusively without falling pennys or audible stigma. Grab it below and show your applause by keeping up with the duo as you dig through their past works.
Kry Wolf – "Ninety-Nine" (Original Mix) [Exclusive]
7 years ago by Lukas Switlicki