Trus'me Collaborates Extensively On Upcoming Album
- Words: Thomas Rees
Manchester's Trus'me has teamed up with an all-star cast of producers and musicians for his sophomore effort, In the Red, which arrives in December. Really, it seems the young Mancunian has gone Detroit, as the record features the Motor City's jazzy neo-soul stylist Amp Fiddler, Jazzanova bandleader Paul Randolph, and Mahogani Music favorite Pirahnahead. And as if that amazing cast of soulful house luminaries isn't enough to make other producers jealous, Trus'me has also collaborated with LA's boogie king Dam-Funk for a low-slung cover of WasNotWas' "Wheel Me Out." The sense of anticipation is palpable here at the XLR8R offices, so you should be sweating it out waiting for this one, too.
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