‘s marquee collaboration credits could already form a line out the door and, if you add the list high-prile hopefuls to that, the line could easily stretch all the way around the block. Despite already having acclaimed joints with the likes André 3000, , and more under his belt, the Montreal-based beat maker still manages to keep some his freshest compositions close to the vest, hitting his brother, rapper Lou Phelps, with the occasional beat — most recently on “Come Inside” featuring Toronto’s Jazz Cartier.
This isn’t the first time some Canada’s finest have convened on a track, and much like the pieces the producer wrote for his younger brother’s 2017 mixtape, 001: Experiments, “Come Inside” ropes in a buoyant dose danceable funk, accented by mischievous piano tropes, toeing the line into house territory. It’s a “slide across the floor and spit your best game” kind cut that finds Phelps and Cartier swapping loose versework over a characteristically slick blend sonics from Kaytranada. Safe to say we’ve got an early certified summer jam on our hands.