Brenmar Readies New Single for Grizzly, Shares Preview
- Words: Elissa Stolman
Earlier this summer, the New York-based, Chicago-bred talent Brenmar (a.k.a. Bill Salas) unveiled his FACT mix, which he stocked full of bass-heavy cuts of Southern hip-hop, silky R&B, and kneck-jerking rhythms like his own cover of Kevin Irving's 1987 classic "Children of the Night," which the producer has announced will see an official release via Sinden's Grizzly label on September 24. A slightly slower version of the tune, one that bursts with blunted bass tones and Kaleena Zander's vibrant, husky vocals, will feature as the record's b-side. You can check out previews of both sides before the single drops next week, below.
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