Fatima Al Qadiri, Nguzunguzu, and J-Cush are Future Brown; Hear Their First Single Now
- Words: James Eaton
A few of New York's, London's, and LA's most forward-thinking producers have come together on a collaborative project by the name of Future Brown—a seemingly rap-focused outfit comprising Fatima Al Qadiri, Nguzunguzu, and Lit City Trax founder J-Cush—which has just unveiled its first single. "Wanna Party" is a dystopian, trap-slanted party tune with a razor-sharp vocal turn from Chicago rapper Tink and additional production by ballroom house mainstay MikeQ, and according to Complex, is the first taste of Future Brown's debut album. That record—which will feature more collaborations from the likes of Shawnna, Maluca, Ian Isiah and Teengirl Fantasy/Kingdom vocalist Kelela—is apparently still in the works, but "Wanna Party (feat. Tink)" can be streamed and downloaded now, below.
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