A Flight to Paradise is a dangerous proposition (just ask Icarus and Daedalus), but Vallejo duo Chrome Cats have thus far shown an admirable ability to withstand the heat. On the latest single off their forthcoming full-length, Korland and Jamila Sims soar Higher than ever before, lacing K-BeatZ’ infectious piano grooves with rhymes detailing their lofty ambitions in the game. For more, check out the twosome’s latest LP, set to hit iTunes this spring via indie label LakeFront Records.
Update: Click “Listen Now above to watch Chrome Cats “Higher” video.
Written by richard on 02/17/12
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