Break Science have carried the musical wonderment of Tycho up to hip hop’s Mount Olympus in introducing “A Walk” to Kendrick Lamar’s “Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe”. New York City’s Adam Deitch and Borahm Lee released their debut album, Seven Bridges, last October and the first single, “Who Got It”, was a collaboration with Redman. The duo have returned to the territory of weaving rap into intricate electronic production with this latest cut and it fully exemplifies their taste for elevating incredibly popular music with extreme precision and dedication. "Vibe Walk" creates new levels of drama with an opening 60 seconds that break up Kendrick’s flow with swimmy synths before taking us to another planet of trill and chill.
A smirk inducing layer of bass also enters into the supreme equation as the lyrics of “Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe” are given new depth by the foundations of Tycho’s 2011 effort. Break Science are a part of the Pretty Lights live band, you can listen to “Vibe Walk” below.
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