Future Brown—the production outfit comprising Fatima Al Qadiri, Asma Maroof and Daniel Pineda of Nguzunguzu, and Lit City Trax founder J-Cush—has signed to UK label Warp, with a 12" set to arrive later this year. The upcoming release brings together the first two singles shared by the collective since coming together in 2013. On the a-side is both the original and a revised version of "Wanna Party," which we described as a dystopian, trap-slanted party tune with a razor-sharp vocal turn from Chicago rapper Tink. (The new remix features New Orleans' 3D Na'Tee and can be heard in full below.) On the flip, UK grime MCs Prince Rapid and Dirty Danger of East London's Ruff Sqwad join with Roll Deep's Roachee on "World's Mine." (An instrumental of "World's Mine" rounds out the release.)
"Wanna Party" b/w "World's Mine" drops on November 3 in the UK and Europe, with the US release to follow the next day. In the meantime, a handful of new Future Brown tour dates in the US and Europe have also been announced; they're posted below.
10/24 - Ekko Fest - Bergen, Norway
11/7 - Club 2 Club - Turin, Italy
12/4 - PAMM Presents - Miami, FL