What we have here is a dubstep producer momentarily posing as a hip-hop one, and the first fifty seconds see Flux Pavilion laying down a perfectly rappable beat for Gambino to laid down a standard but solid verse. After that though, Flux indulges in a classically crunchy brostep beat drop and let’s the effects fly. It’s a catchy dose of womp womp sure to please fans of Royalty emcee.
Flux Pavilion & Childish Gambino
Jaden and his Coachella crush go over Timberlake’s eerie and beautiful “Blue Ocean Floor.”
Hear a massive remix of the Sucker single
Watch the colorful clip produced by Takashi Murakami that’s half video game, half anime epic
Directed by Toro Y Moi touring guitarist Jordan Blackmon, and starring Toro Y Moi bassist Patrick Jeffords
Another taste from Toro Y Moi’s upcoming record under his dance alter ego, Les Sins.
The former GIRLS frontman delivers his second solo album since his band’s dissolution.