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Drake's "In My Feelings" Gets a Vibrant Brasstracks Trumpet Flip

“It was great to be able to add some harmony and color to this song.”
Drake's "In My Feelings" Gets a Vibrant Brasstracks Trumpet Flip

Brasstracks, do you love me, are you riding?

Evidently so, as the GRAMMY-winning duo of Ivan Jackson and Conor Rayne deliver an inspired trumpet flip of Drake’s now-viral “In My Feelings.” Originally produced by TrapMoneyBenny and BlaqNmild, the Brasstracks cover amplifies the song’s infectious and bubbly energy while stripping away some of the moody underpinnings that so mark this era of Drake’s career.

The spirited horn section turns “In My Feelings” from pining album standout to something near-holy and declarative. With the organ breakdown, Brasstracks take us to church, where the floodgates open once again and an overflow of horns and percussion breaks reinvent the tune.

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In a joint statement, the duo told us: “The minute we heard 'In My Feelings' we knew we could do one of our trumpet flips, the melody is so memorable that it doesn't need lyrics do be recognized. We got to work right away—singles like these are fleeting these days. It was great to be able to add some harmony and color to this song—can't wait to hear people sing the lyrics over the horn lines at our shows."

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