Sammy Bananas’ “Gitcha Gitcha” gets an appropriately hazy, fuzzed-out visual featuring his friends and collaborators BOSCO and LaDonnis. From day to night, studio to club, the “Gitcha” vid is a feel-good snapshot of the city where Sammy brings his music to life. Stay tuned for more from Mr. Bananas in 2018!
BOSCO follows up her acclaimed b. project by contributing the unique “Mortal Kombat” to Adult Swim’s singles series, a slinking, cerebral burner showcasing her seductive voice and singular approach to melody. Listen now on all services!
Sammy Bananas brings the funk on new single “Gitcha Gitcha” featuring BOSCO and LaDonnis. It’s a perfect follow up to the Sammy-produced “Castles” from BOSCO’s b. project, conjuring classic ‘80s bump with new-school finesse. After the house hijinks of “21” (and its bonkers music video), the slow-n-low “Gitcha Gitcha” puts Sammy B’s versatility on full display, setting the tone for even more singles (and a debut artist LP!) from this Brooklyn producer in 2018.
Director Lacey Duke goes behind the scenes with BOSCO as she creates “b.” her boldest and most personal project yet. Get unfiltered and uncensored with one of the most unique voices in music as she embarks upon a cross-country journey of creation and discovery.
BOSCO pulls spring into focus with her yearning new single “Castles.” Whether she’s channeling futuristic R&B (the Boy EP, featured in HBO’s hit Insecure), neon dance vibes (her house-inspired Treasure Fingers collaborations “Names” and “Myne,”) or straight up club bangers (the acclaimed Girls In The Yard mixtape with Speakerfoxxx), BOSCO’s distinct vision always cuts through like nothing else. “Castles” is her latest and sharpest hybrid; backed by ATL duo St. Beauty and a moody, cut up beat from Fool’s Gold label-mate Sammy Bananas, BOSCO weaves a tale of second (and third) chance relationships gone the way of sandcastles in the tide. She turns heartbreaks to hip-shakes… and with an adventurous new EP on the way, we’ll be listening (and dancing) to BOSCO’s stories all year round.
South Florida got a heavy dose of DAY OFF when we brought Joey Bada$$, A-Trak & Friends (including NORE, Mystikal and Orlando’s own Kaiydo) Hudson Mohawke and the fam to Revolution Live in Ft Lauderdale. Lil Yachty had to dip for BET Awards but the boss MadeinTYO popped up in his place to shut it down alongside Playboi Carti, Kirk Knight, Ape Drums, River Tiber, and FG’s own Nick Catchdubs, BOSCO & Speakerfoxxx and Damaged Goods. Watch the recap video, tag yourself in the FB gallery, and check out some of our fav shots after the jump. Read More