Brasstracks Teams With Pell For New Song "Vibrant"

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Basstracks and Pell deliver a hype new track, "Vibrant."

Brasstracks have been dishing out some dope music lately. Earlier this year, they took Drake's chart-topping single, "In My Feelings" and flipped it into a trumpet-heavy cover. Their remix brought a whole different vibe to the song. Most recently, they linked up with The Underachievers for the song "Downpour" off of After The Rain. As they continue their hot streak this year, they team up with Pell for their new track, "Vibrant."

Pell is one of the most overlooked artists out right now. The rapper assisted Brasstracks on their new track, "Vibrant." The NYC production duo serve up a fresh beat while Pell lays down the song's vocals. Their new song follows the release of "Good Kid, Brass City" which paid homage to Kendrick Lamar on the six-year anniversary of his major label debut, Good Kid M.A.A.D City.

Peep Brasstracks and Pell's new song, "Vibrant" below.

Quotable Lyrics
My friends told me that you moved on from your ex man
I could be your next man, put you on a jet man
Really, I'm just talkin' 'bout the 'Rillos
I put you on a cloud like pillows, just dance to the beat

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