Aminé ft. Robin Kim - Oliver + Jordana

Posted 2 years ago
Producer:
Robin Kim
Album:
Odyssey to Me

Note: Infinit Records LLC has requested this record be removed.

On his debut DJBooth feature, premiered on our front page at the top of the month, Aminé told us that he was more interested in Getting Down and having some fun than falling in love. Well, a lot can apparently change in a few short weeks. New single Oliver + Jordana chronicles the blossoming of a relationship with the potential to be much more than a summer fling. Like its predecessor, this jam is a duet; in addition to creating the lush, keyboard-driven instrumental, Robin Kim provides call-and-response style vocals throughout the record. Like what you’re hearing? More awaits on the Odyssey to Me LP, available on iTunes as of January.

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