Thursday, December 15, 2016

"In 1992 I Came Out the Womb Winnin'"

Wait a minute, what the hell is a Pellican Child? Good question because I had no idea either, but the double l's should have been a dead giveaway. It's Louis the Child (producer duo Robby Hauldren and Freddy Kennett) and Pell (rapper) bundled into one glorious trio. Before you go on thinking it's some crazy Future Bass/Hip Hop mash up (I know, doesn't that sound dope in concept?), check your expectations at the door. What you're getting when you press play on Turn Me Down is a swanky Hip Hop track that might remind you on Macklemore at his best.

Some tracks are one trick ponies, this one happens to offer quite a bit to sink your teeth into. For starters, the beat lays the groundwork with bright, carefree percussion and bright piano sprinkled throughout the track. Then comes Pell with some head-nod worthy verses and finally finish it off with a hook that will burrow it's way into the deepest crevices of your mind. You're going to remember this track, so don't feel bad about singing along y'all. Oh and pick you poison while you're at it, iTunes or Spotify...#TurnMeDown

Pellican Child - Turn Me Down


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