Flatbush ZOMBiES - Palm Trees

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
Erick Arc Elliott
Album:
BetterOffDEAD

Fresh off lending their flows to Camouflage Dons, a single off Statik Selektah‘s Extended Play LP, the Flatbush ZOMBiES bounce back with the latest release off their own forthcoming set. As those familiar with the trio’s oeuvre may have guessed, this joint ain’t about the kind of Palm Trees that produce coconuts. Which isn’t to say it would sound out of place on a tropical beach. Featuring Meechy Darko, Zombie Juice and Erick Arc Elliott trading characteristically dark, trippy verses over Elliott’s dreamy vocal loops, the record is a dope hybrid between summer jam and smoker’s anthem. Fans will be able to find Palm Trees, previous single No Religion and many more fresh cuts on the ZOMBiES’ BetterOffDEAD LP, dropping digitally in the near future.

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