Single of the Day: Carmouflage Rose “Late Nights” (2017)

Brisbane’s Bedlam Records are generating a heated fusion of exciting and eclectic new music and in Carmouflage Rose‘s new single “Late Nights”, they’re proving once again that they are establishing themselves as a label to be watching. So to is Carmouflage Rose, a hip hop artist we’ve admittedly not heard too much from in the past, but have been drawn to with this hazy and pumping dance floor-primed tune.

Produced by James Angus in Brisbane, the song throws reggae and dancehall influences into the mix, while Carmouflage’s vocals would sit well alongside the more evocative material on Future’s HNDRXX album, not to mention Jeremih’s own Late Nights album.

Taken from his forthcoming debut album, R O S E L E V E L, “Late Nights” is the perfect beat to be introduced to Carmouflage Rose through.

Stay tuned for more.

Find out more about Carmouflage Rose here.

———-

This content has recently been ported from its original home on The AU Review: Music and may have formatting errors – images may not be showing up, or duplicated, and galleries may not be working. We are slowly fixing these issue. If you spot any major malfunctions making it impossible to read the content, however, please let us know at editor AT theaureview.com.
Tags: