Na(T)ive Son - Gods in the Clouds

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
Spencer Stevens
Album:
The Harvest EP

Fresh off earning positive reader reviews for solo features Tryna Get It and The Cut (Roll Up), Berkeley-based rap buzzmaker Clyde Shankle returns to our pages with Gods in the Clouds, his debut feature as one-half of hip-hop duo Na(T)ive Son. This freshly-released single finds Shankle trading blunted, braggadocious verses with Carbyne, a fellow member of Golden State collective CaliMade, over Spencer Stevens‘s woozy keyboard grooves. Bammer Family directs the record’s appropriately trippy (and mildly disturbing) official video, making its world premiere in the Booth. Gods in the Clouds is part of Na(T)ive Son’s The Harvest EP, available for free digital download as of August.

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