Foreign Beggars ft. Donae’o “Flying to Mars” (prod Alix Perez)(Video)
*‘The Uprising’ LP due for release in August*
Release Date: 2nd July 2012
Foreign Beggars dropped the first taste of their forthcoming album for mau5trap last month to widespread praise. The infectiously brazen swagger of ‘Palm Of My Hand’ was a bold statement of intent, and one which they are set to firmly substantiate with their next offering. Teaming up with once again with previous collaborator and revered producer Alix Perez as well as recruiting a guest appearance from multi-talented vocalist Donae’o, the boys clearly aren’t wasting any time and remain intent on upping the stakes further still as they unleash ‘Flying To Mars’.
Tuned in to a deeper but no less hard hitting frequency, ‘Flying To Mars’ finds them wiring their razor sharp rhymes to the otherworldly terrain of Perez’s production. Built on waves of deep sub bass undulations and skittering hi hats, the expansive production provides a blank canvas for Beggars to direct the mood of the track. Donae’o’s soft, reflective chorus acts as jumping off point for Orifice Vulgatron and Metropolis to swap verses, dexterously exploring themes of altered states of consciousness.
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