The Internet - Fastlane

Posted 4 years ago
Producer:
Matt Martian
Album:
Purple Naked Ladies

If you hadn’t guessed by the bold and experimental vibes of their previous features, The Internet, aren’t the type to let anyone or anything get between them and their destination. On the latest single off their newly-released debut set, the Odd Future affiliates take listeners for a ride in the Fastlane. Boasting Syd the Kid‘s uniquely smooth vocals and the (ironically laid-back) production stylings of crewmate Matt Martian, this joint is just one of many fresh cuts to be found on Purple Naked Ladies out now online and scheduled for physical release January 31. Additionally, fans can click here to peep the single’s official video, directed by Matt Alonzo.

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