GTA link up with What So Not and Tunji Ige for ‘Feel It’
GTA recently announced the release of their highly-anticipated self-titled debut album, Good Times Ahead. The first selection from the inbound record came as a collaborative effort with Wax Motif on “Get It All,” showcasing a pop-accessible R&B production. Riding that same radio-ready wave on their second single, the Miami-natives connect with What So Not and rapper Tunji Ige for “Feel It.” With their second single, the pair employ their famous ‘death to genres’ mantra, switching gears and dropping off a buzzing, melodic future-bass/hip-hop hybrid.
Philadelphia-bred rapper Tunji Ige complements “Feel It’s” snappy drum arrangements with smooth rhymes weaved around an anthemic top-line. What So Not comes hot off the heels of “Buried” with George Maple and Rome Fortune, following up his emotive, bass-driven effort with a more late night cruising-primed vibe. GTA complete the blend with their genre-defying production method, offering “Feel It” ahead of their record’s official release on October 7.