Last we heard from BenniB, the Seattle-born, Chicago-based recording artist was flipping through classic LPs at Dave’s Records on reader-acclaimed video single What I Have. On the final free song release off his forthcoming set, deceptively titled Once Was, the artist shifts focus from music’s past to his own future in the game. Tuen, an 18-year-old EDM/House producer hailing from Norway, provides a synth-scorching club instrumental to back Benni as he pledges to “put in work till the job’s done.” Jon Holman amplifies the record’s exhilarating vibe with some off-the-cuff, occasionally hilarious official visuals. If this cut left you craving more, then don’t miss the rest of the dope material BenniB’s assembled for new full-length The Second Wind, slated to drop Sunday, December 2.
Written by richard on 11/7/12
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