Flume Goes for the Jugular on New Pusha T Collaboration, “Enough”
It’s out tomorrow on the newly Grammy-winning producer’s ‘Skin Companion EP II.’
Photo of Flume by Cybele Malinowski
Fresh off a career-cementing Grammy award win for Best Dance/Electronic Album (Skin), Australian producer Flume has shared his latest track, a collaboration with rapper (and one-half of duo Clipse) Pusha T called "Enough."
The team-up sees Flume barrel into industrial hip-hop territory with an abstract sound design somewhat similar to Skin cut "Wall F*ck," echoing and clanging into the dark ether beneath Pusha's menacing bars. Listen to it below.
"Enough" is a preview of Flume's upcoming Skin Companion EP II, slated to arrive tomorrow (February 17) via Future Classic. It's the second set of tracks the producer has put out following the album's release last May; all tracks were made during the same recording period. On II, Flume also worked with Glass Animals frontman Dave Bayley and singer-songwriter Moses Sumney.
While you wait for the EP to drop, read up on how Flume's signature drop became SoundCloud's most annoying trend.