Far East Movement x Riff Raff - The Illest

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
Wallpaper
Album:
GRZZLY Re-Mixtape

Far East Movement haven’t been featured on our pages in a hot minute but, let’s be real: you still think they’re The Illest. Right? Of course you do. As such, you’re sure to dig the quartet’s latest effort, a standout off their brand new Remixtape. This dancefloor-ready selection finds crew member Kev Nish showcasing his studio-tweaked flows over a currently-unknown beatsmith’s springy synth production. Houston buzzmaker Riff Raff, the Los Angeles crew’s co-headliner on the cut, drops by to deliver an off-the-wall closing verse. How about it, readers: does this joint live up to its braggadocious title? Those leaning toward the affirmative can hear more on FEM’s GRZZLY tape, released yesterday for free digital download via DatPiff.

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