Brasstracks entered the music world with a textbook arrival: a cover of Kanye West, Rihanna and Paul McCartney's "Four Five Seconds." The Brooklyn duo's sound was totally new at the time – and something that with one listen we knew was filling a void in our vernacular. Soulful horns and our favorite music – something so irresistible, even for Top 40 haters.
Now after a slew of tracks building their own musical brand and collaborating across the electronic spectrum, Brasstracks has returned to their original style to strip down and reinvent one of the most viral songs of the moment, Drake's "In My Feelings." The track, from Drake's latest album Scorpion, has captured celebrity and fan alike and inspired them to make their own videos to the song. And while Drake might be a hot topic of debate in the world of hip-hop, Brasstracks brings "In My Feelings" back down to earth. The replacement of the sing-song top line of this song with horns does something remarkable and visceral, and stands as a reminder that Brasstracks should probably keep throwing at us – sometimes, live is better.