For fans of Brodinski, it's been obvious that he's been slowing down his constant touring, and trading his days out on the road with more time in his studio to prep for his debut album. While we all are quietly waiting for this to drop sometime in the next year, his record label Bromance is getting ready to release a massive compilation titled Homieland, which features new works from the label's main artists, as well as some of their friends.
Brodinski's track on the compilation is just as eclectic as him and his label are. Featuring a fairly standard trap style opening but then becoming a completely different track as it reaches an extremely dance heavy drop, the song highlights exactly where the French artist is at in his career. Taking his techno/electro roots and meshing his hip hop side together has made him a dangerous force to be reckoned with, and he's been working with some of hip hop's toughest names to create a new style and sound.
"Can't Help Myself" is a fascinating look at the increasing collaborations between both the hip hop and dance worlds, and Brodinski is quietly standing at the forefront. Homieland will be available on November 24th, but this track is available now via iTunes.
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