Aussie duo Hermitude drop their brand new track ‘OneFourThree’, featuring vocals from US hip hop superstars Buddy and BJ The Chicago Kid.
The hip hop influenced electronic innovators have worked tirelessly to carve out a special nook in the music scene. ‘OneFourThree’ is the epitome of summer groove, luring the listener to drop everything for its irresistible beat.
A finger on the Dilla pulse, BJ The Chicago Kid croons with so much soul, while Buddy hits verses that remind us why we fell in love with him last year when he dropped his debut ‘Harlan & Alondra’. Both of these artists boast incredible collaborations, including BJ’s work with Kendrick Lamar, Jill Scott and Dr Dre and Buddy’s work with J Cole, including featuring in his Dreamville Documentary.
‘OneFourThree’ stands as a beacon of Hermitude’s growth and development as artists originally from the Blue Mountains near Sydney, now sharing the world stage with some of the biggest up-and-comers, Elgusto and Dubs elaborate on their experiences:
“It was crazy to see Buddy and BJ throw down in the studio. Buddy’s raps are razor-sharp, all written in the booth and BJ’s silky voice and amazing harmony style had everyone in awe. It’s been a real blessing to work with these high caliber artists in the USA. Watching the way they approach songwriting and morph into character when the record has been super inspiring for us.”
Hermitude today announce their new album ‘Pollyanarchy’, dropping in Autumn. A reflection on finding clarity in the chaos, the eleven-track album spans work made over the last three years, and brags an assemblage of features to make your mouth water.
The Hermitude World Tour kicks off in Asia in just over a month, seeing the duo perform in Korea, China, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, USA, Canada, New Zealand, and Australia. Tickets are on sale now, and selling fast!