There's a lot of dope music that dropped today including James Blake who just blessed us with his new project, Assume Form. The singer's been teasing the project for a minute. In 2018, he released two singles that made their way onto the project, although at the time of releasing them, many thought they were loose singles. Assume Form hails numerous high-profile features on the project including Travis Scott, Andre 3000, and Metro Boomin who appears twice on the project. Not only does he assist Travis Scott and Blake on "Mile High," James Blake brings together Metro Boomin' and Moses Sumney for one of the more unexpected collaborations on the project.
One of the many highlights of James Blake's new album, Assume Form is the track, "Tell Them" featuring Metro Boomin' and Moses Sumney. The track follows "Mile High" on the project which Metro also features on. Metro's drums are evident on this track as his trap style collides with Blake's obscure electronic sound.
"Moses came on tour with me a couple years ago. I watched him get a standing ovation every night, and that was when he was a support act. For me, it’s a monologue on a one-night stand: There’s fear, there’s not wanting to be too close to anybody. Just sort of a self-analysis, really," Blake explained on his iTunes page.
When you get what you came here for
Will you leave in the dead of night?
In the heart is a wall of horrors
You're the undenied