Divine Interface "Fool Me Pt. 2"
The work of Atlanta producer Drew Briggs (a.k.a. Divine Interface) has cropped up on XLR8R on more than one occasion, as he's been kind enough to share a number of tracks, including last year's "Fool Me." Today, we have an addendum to that particular jam, "Fool Me Pt. 2," which oscillates on a similar wavelength with a repeating R&B chirp, dense clouds of chords, and a crisp, distinct percussion line that allows Briggs' ATL origins to shine through. Whereas the original "Fool Me" sampled more of Southern rap's skittering beats and laid-back flavors, the sequel is a more melancholy exercise in high-tempo juke that sees Divine Interface exploring a brand of dance music similar to that of his fellow Atlantans in the Embassy crew. The effect is one of a lazy Sunday afternoon, albeit one in which the mind fixates on the energy of Saturday nights gone by.
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