Electrik Red - Drank in My Cup

Posted about 8 years ago
Producer:
The-Dream and Tricky Stewart
Album:
TBD

Two ladies from Toronto (Naomi, Sarah), and another two from New York City (Lesley, Binkie), form the singing quartet of Electrik Red, a group which cannot really be classified as pop, R&B, or anything that has ever been heard before.  Newly signed to Def Jam, the group’s label representatives have wasted no time rolling out the red carpet (pun intended) and have hooked up the girls up with their A-list songwriter-producer tandem, The-Dream and Tricky Stewart, for the new song, Drank in My Cup,  on which the recently-featured multi-threat maintains the girls’ futuristic sound while displaying their own creativity.  Although Electrik Red’s debut album currently has no release date set, you can peep DJBooth’s exclusive interview with The-Dream and Tricky Stewart.

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