Pilot Nation ft. Jeff Replay & Stizzy - GTFU

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
Goodwin
Album:
Expensive Heat

If you, like me, were an avid video-gamer during the late ‘90s, prepare for a blast from the past. GTFU, the latest single and first Booth feature from Bostonian trio Pilot Nation, opens with the pre-race jingle from Mario Kart 64. After that nostalgia-inducing intro, the record begins in earnest, with emcees Jeff Replay and Stizzy (Crewmate Nick Gray sits this one out.) urging listeners to “get the f**k up” over a grimy, abrasive synth-brass groove. In addition to handling production duties, Goodwin directs and edits the joint’s official visuals. Like what you’re hearing? You can find this cut and many more bangers on new mixtape Expensive Heat, available now for download via the group’s Bandcamp page.

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