Tokyo-based trackmaker PARKGOLF and Korean rapper Jvcki Wai today released their debut collaborative single, "xaradise", as well as it's accompanying music video via culture-focused label lute media. Dropped on Spotify, Apple Music, and YouTube earlier today, the track runs for a little under three minutes and slaps from start to finish. Best known for her single "Anarchy" that dropped back in November 2017, this marks Jvcki Wai's first release in Japan.
Utilizing Jvcki Wai's scattered vocal range over the top of PARKGOLF's frantic electronic beat, "xaradise" we're met with the fusion of Korea's underground hip-hop scene and Japan's constantly evolving electronic scene. There was something about the blend's end result that left me a little off-put at first, though giving it a second listen through followed by everything after that's got me hooked. Lyrically its nothing new, internet-age flow about popping Xanax, etc. But there's something to be said about the overall delivery that definitely gives this track enough pull to deserve a place in your playlist.
Available now on iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, and most digital services, further information about the track can be found via Lute Media's official website. You can follow PARKGOLF on Twitter, and Jvcki Wai on Instagram.