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What So Not creates a peaceable place with new single 'We Can Be Friends'

What So Not is again with new music following the early 2018 launch of his debut full-length album, Not All The Beautiful Things. On his newest, “We Can Be Friends,” the Aussie beat maker picks again up the place he left off, letting the manufacturing parts soften into the background, permitting the featured vocals to be entrance and middle in new launch. What So Not faucets up-and-comer Herizen for the brand new monitor—the discharge was born when the 2 met at a writing camp in Nicaragua.

They remark that the vocals and manufacturing virtually instantly fell into place. What So Not notes, “On the primary take, Herizen belted out the refrain over some chords I used to be enjoying.” He continues,

“We caught a second and ran with it.”

The easy, but fascinating, melody can appears impressed by peace in an in any other case chaotic setting and showcases each artists’ capacity to let a lyrical story communicate for itself. The “Divide & Conquer” producer permits his pensive beat to function the monitor’s backdrop with digital parts accenting Herizen’s emphatic top-line. Prior to being featured on “We Can Be Friends,” Herizen’s breakout got here along with her position in Netflix’s now-defunct The Get Down, although now with a What So Not collaboration within the books, we could be seeing her profession as a vocalist start to essentially take off.

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