Dude ‘N Nem - Sounds Sexy

Posted 7 years ago
Producer:
XCel
Album:
Untitled Project

They don’t call ‘em Romance languages for nothing—no matter what you say, it just Sounds Sexy.  On this new single by Dude N’ Nem, the Chi-town twosome who brought us Watch My Feet, Trygic and Upmost find themselves in a situation both confusing and arousing: an alluring chica at their local spot’s turning them on with sweet, Auto-Tuned nothings in her native tongue, but they just can’t seem to bridge the language gap. For those who didn’t take high school Spanish, a rough translation:  “You know something, Daddy?  Don’t talk to me, I’m with my friend.  I want to drink.” (Correct me if I got anything wrong, of course)  The concept makes for an unusually creative club record, and it’s also a very funny sendup of the way in which many Americans seem to hypersexualize foreignness—but that’s a discussion for another, um, sociology thesis that I’m never going to write.  In any case, the twosome’s engaging rhymes, along with XCel‘s synth-handclap beat, add up to a juke-able club cut sure to get spins in the Chi and beyond.  Stay tuned for further details on Dude N’ Nem’s forthcoming, yet-untitled project, set for release off Beat Bangers/The Orchard.

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