Yup, it's really happening. After a three-year hiatus and little-to-no new music, Clams Casino is gearing up to release his new album 32 Levels. Last night we received the tracklisting, which contains appearances from past collaborators (who achieved no small fame thanks to Clammy Clam's beats) ASAP Rocky and Lil B, as well as a few lesser-known artists like Kelela, Sam Dew, Mikky Ekko and more.
After leaking the album's final track, an instrumental cut titled "Blast" at the end of May, Clams gives Zane Lowe the world premiere of a new record, "All Nite" featuring vocals/raps from Long Beach's own Vince Staples. Whereas "Blast" was the woozy type of production that Clams became known for, "All Nite" is a little different, a little more upbeat and dance-y, and a definite contender for your turn-up playlist. Vince parallels the jumpy beat with his flow, and it should have you head-nodding in no time.
All gas no breaks, might break your face
Get hit on sight, on sight
Ain't gotta prove this shit
We do this shit all night, all night