It's hard to avoid all the news about North Korea lately, from their alleged hacking of Sony e-mails which resulted in the film "The Interview" getting axed from movie theatres, to today, when reports surfaced that North Korea has absolutely no internet (why, we don't know). In light of this, talented (and my personal favorite) production duo Blended Babies have dropped a new instrumental. You may recall they are responsible for tracks like Ab-Soul's "These Days," Chance The Rapper's "Smoke Again" and plenty of Asher Roth collabos (just look up Pabst & Jazz). Today they connect once again with a Save Money member, trumpet player Donnie Trumpet, for the soothing "North Korea." There's a healthy amount of jazz filtered in here, as to be expected when you have a trumpet player on deck. This is the first release off Blended Babies' upcoming instrumental album, due out in 2015, so stay tuned.
Give it a listen and enjoy.