Fresh off earning reader acclaim for Trojan Horse, a pensive cut premiered on our front page at the bottom of last month, Connor Evans returns to build more buzz for his next full-length with another fresh loosie. On this head-noddable jam, the Coachella Valley representative describes the sights and sounds of a typical Cali Party, from homegirls shaking that ass, to bros playing beer pong, to white dudes rapping (Maybe he was looking in a mirror on that last one). To back Evans’s perceptive bars, beatsmith BHB serves up a laid-back mix of piano, synth-strings and trap-tinged percussion. Though this joint isn’t attached to the project, those feeling it will undoubtedly find more to like on Everything Changes, slated to drop independently this fall.
Written by richard on 08/11/14
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"This Life" (2012)
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