The Los Angeles-duo, Emotional Oranges, has put out their newest project, The Juicebox.
The EP is essentially a compilation of powerhouse collaborations, with appearances from artists Kiana Lede, Vince Staples, Channel Tres, THEY, Chiild, and Becky G. Surprisingly, though, you can still feel a very strong unity within the individual tracks, as the duo maintain their signature sound in their work that creates continuity regardless of the potpourri of rappers and singers of whom they've worked alongside with.
Of the release, Emotional Oranges state, "'The Juicebox' is an homage to our influences; we really tried to capture the emotions of our childhood." Unlike the music from their past albums of The Juice volume series, every song off of The Juicebox features another artist whereas The Juice Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 consisted of zero features combined.
The connection with Channel Tres on the sensuous "All That" opens the project and has already almost 9.4 million times on Spotify. The gentle production on the album close, "Give Me Up" is met with electric vocals from elevating songstress, Kiana Ledé. These highlights are a good starting point for the 8-track arrangement of the new project, The Juicebox. These two really have 'the juice' right now. Go ahead and take a listen.