The Foodchain ft. JD Era - Basically (Remix)

Posted 4 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Mo Heat (of The Foodchain)
Album:
Brunch

After garnering glowing reader reviews for past features Traction and Dear Industry, The Foodchain are Basically shoo-ins for Booth fave status. Nonetheless, another banger certainly can’t hurt their chances—today, the Denver collective return to earn another round of plaudits with their latest remix. Here, crew member Mo Heat swerves up a pared-down piano-loop beat to back his mic-rocking colleagues as they—with a little help from T-Dot-repping guest J.D. Era—tutor their competitors on the hip-hop fundamentals. Fans can find the album version of Basically and much more on Brunch, available here for free digital download. Released last week, JD Era’s No Handouts mixtape is also out now online.

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