JNR Choi and Fivio Foreign are Amused


JNR Choi and Fivio Foreign are Amused: Gambian-born, London-raised drill artist JNR Choi has joined forced with Five Foreign for new single and video “Amused.”

It’s a catchy, eclectic and, on the surface, simple little tune. It’s not an in-your-face banger, but rather quite chill. But scratch a little and there’s a lot going on.

According to the press release, “The track blasts off on a skittering beat propelled by electronic synths and glitchy percussion. The spacey soundscape offsets a wavy drill-style flow from JNR Choi. Meanwhile, Fivio rolls through with robust delivery punctuated by uncompromising East Coast attitude. The accompanying visual capitalizes on their chemistry with a fast-paced and frenetic display of otherworldly charisma and energy.”

The duel vocals works brilliantly well, the transatlantic rap styles bumping up against each other effectively. Meanwhile, the video seems to see the guys crashing a fancy party, and having quite the effect on the fancy ladies.

Check it out below.

JNR Choi and Fivio Foreign are Amused: JNR Choi’s “Amused’ feat. Five Foreign is out now. 

 

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