Apr 2012 30

Enigmatic U.S rapper Danny Brownteams up with London’s Darq E Freaker for an utterly mind altering collaboration. ‘Blueberry (Pills & Cocaine)’ is a genre bending insanity which confidently places itself at the forefront of a movement that’s been brewing here for quite some time.

With Freaker’s quintessentially British influences amalgamated with the Bass heavy trill of U.S Trap, he’s opened up the flood gates for something entirely fresh – British Trap. Combine this with Danny’s unmistakable flow and tripped out lyrics – what you’re left with is an exciting marker for a new wave of what’s about to blow the f*ck up.

Watch as Darq E and his gang of models descend into lunacy as they navigate through London Town.

As an added bonus, enjoy remixes of ‘Blueberry’ from Star Slinger, Morri$, Pelican Fly All Stars and Sinden & 5kinandbone5 – here.

(Premiered via VICE/Noisey)

Produced by PinBoardFilm, directed by Yoni Lappin

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