Queens, New York artist devRAB has connected with Cassandra Logg and Ashoka for a new single called "Call Me When You're Intoxicated". Here, the three artists provide melodic vocal performances blending influences from hip-hop and R&B atop atmospheric, stylish production. Discussing the social complexities and embarrassments that come along with partying and nightlife, this track provides a relatable, engaging listen.
“Call Me When You’re Intoxicated” contains airy, floating key lines that drift above bouncy bass and crisp percussion, creating an infectious and energizing blend. Atop the atmospheric instrumentation, devRAB, Logg, and Ashoka trade melodic vocal performances that draw influences from R&B and hip-hop, and cap it off with a memorable, club-ready chorus. Topically, the artists provide relatable subject matter as they touch on complicated and embarrassing situations that occur as a part of nightlife.
The latest from devRAB, “Call Me When You’re Intoxicated” finds him connecting with Logg and Ashoka for an offering that is fun-loving and infectious while also touching on the dark side of party culture. With hip-hop, R&B, and pop stylings that blend together smoothly, this track’s cohesive, stylish sound and slick melodies make it a suitable soundtrack for house parties and large clubs alike.