On Indecision, a non-featured record off Sampha‘s latest full-length, the UK crooner offered an ambivalent, yet hopeful take on life’s myriad uncertainties, asking the powers that be to, “Let It All Work Out.” Now, that record’s plaintive hook has become the centerpiece of a brand new loosie from TROY NoKA. Making its world premiere right here in the DJBooth, this joint finds the Wiz Up singer/songwriter, emcee and producer emphasizing the ironclad faith he holds in his hustle. With an offhand “I ain’t worried about nothin’,” he waves aside the possibility that things won’t ultimately go his way. J.White Did It mans the mixing boards, interweaving the aforementioned vocal/keyboard sample with his own synths, percussion and studio effects. Work Out isn’t part of a larger project, but fans can hear more from NoKA on his 2013 full-length, Love.Fear.Pianos. A pre-release EP version of the set is still available for free streaming and download on our pages.
Written by richard on 02/12/14
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