Jungle Enlist Bas for New Song ‘Romeo’

    Jungle have linked up with New York rapper and Dreamville artist Bas for ‘Romeo’, the latest single from their upcoming third album Loving In Stereo. The track arrives with an accompanying video co-directed by Jungle and Charlie Di Placido. Check it out below.

    “We’d never had a featured artist on a record before but Bas is part of the journey of this album and so it just had to make the cut,” Jungle co-founder Josh Lloyd-Watson said in a statement. Bas added:

    I’ve always been on a mission to work with artists who’s sounds, and worlds inspire me beyond rap’s sonic landscape. Jungle has been high on that list since a recommendation from a friend when I was in London bout 7 years ago. I was and still am completely blown away by their music. Fast forward to the Greatest Day Ever Festival a few years back, our dressing rooms were down the hall from each other, and I was BIG LIT off tequila so the voice in my head was like ‘GO IN THERE N TELL THEM HOW DOPE THEY ARE.’ I burst in there like the Kool Aid man and did just that. We linked back up in London and now we got a tune. I guess the moral of the story is listen to the tequila voice in your head?

    Loving In Stereo is due out August 13 via AWAL. Jungle previously released the singles ‘Keep Moving’ and ‘Talk About It’.

    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis is a writer, journalist, and music editor at Our Culture. His work has also appeared in Pitchfork, GIGsoup, and other publications. He currently lives in Athens, Greece.

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