Production duo Blended Babies have been putting in a lot of work lately. They recently joined forces with Chuck Inglish for an entire EP titled Ev Zepplin, and now that that's had some time to breathe, they're returning to their number-themed EP series.
The number-titled EP series began with instrumental EPs-- both 1 and 2 consisted solely of their beats. The EPs that followed 1 and 2 were a mix of both, and EP 6 follows a similar path. With EP 6 available on iTunes today, we're premiering one of the choice cuts off it, a collaboration with Ricky Hil (where's he been?) and Fat Trel. Ricky Hil and Fat Trel have collaborated to great effect in the past (see), and that remains true here. Blended Babies imbue their production with an indie rock influence (this is pretty typical), as a strumming guitar creates the backbone of the beat while shivering drums maintain that hip-hop feel-- still it's a very laidback record.
Cop 6 on iTunes below.
If you're leaving I'd like to know
Thought I met you a life ago
A face like you just a wife ago
She'on't like me though, she just fuck me slow
You don't have to die the same time as me
You don't have to take as many as me
- Ricky Hil