Jai Paul - "Jasmine"

Well, this late Friday’s cup streameth over. A few minutes ago it was the followup to 2009′s best album, now it is the followup to one of last year’s (or 2010′s, or 2007′s, depending on how you track these things) best tracks. Jai Paul, the XL signed, possibly visionary UK producer/singer/songwriter/human has followed up his seismic intro track “BTSTU” with a warped slice of sensual … let’s say post-modern R&B, with plenty of studio weirdness and pan and envelope filter to possibly justify the interminable wait for his full-length. “Jasmine” should sate some appetites, at least for four minutes and change. It’s good, hear it:


(via Abeano)

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Comments (8)
  1. that was so cool.

  2. Phunky

  3. so awesome.

  4. i picture jai paul as a turtle who has to scratch his tracks into pieces of concrete using a blade of grass why does it take so long for such pantaloon jazzing? do it jai.

  5. that… was fuckin’ rad.

  6. Absolutely awesome! It’s constantly on the edge of shattering into pieces. True mastery of the bass.

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