It’s been a hot minute since def sound last blessed our front page with a fresh cut; the multi-talented L.A. native’s most recent feature, Lady of the Year, hit our front page back in summer 2012. Fortunately for fans of laid-back bars, ethereal beats and creative orthography, his eclectic style has only grown fresher in the interim. On new single Fine . Line(S), Klaves‘s airy, sample-laced grooves back the artist as he shares some languid lyrical reflections on the topic of romance. Singer Alex Isley‘s hook and backing vocals accent the song’s dreamy vibe. The record’s highlight comes on the back, when the mellow beat gives way to an exhilarating chopped-sample outro. Feeling it? Then watch our pages for more fresh cuts leading up to the September 24, release of def’s next street album, Neon . Summer
Written by richard on 09/16/13
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