Coming together after a random recording session, the chemistry between the three was almost instant.
“I’ve been vocal producing and recording Ye for over a year now,” Wes Period told i-D. “Him and Tommy came to the studio with a couple song ideas, one of them was the song I ended up adding additional production to with Chuck Inglish and Esta. Once we felt the chemistry in that first session, we knew we should do a project together. I ended up producing three more records, rapping, and singing the hook on ‘Lovely Drug,’ which was the last song for the project.”
When it comes to the overall feel, Tommy Genesis breaks it down quite simply: “You can hear the Ye sound, the Wes sound, and the Tommy sound all fused together into this dream-like, dark palm tree serenity.”
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