After making waves with their debut Fool's Gold EP last spring, Low Pros, the production supergroup led by DJ hero A-Trak (currently riding high with Billboard Top 10 Dance/Electronic smash "Out The Speakers," featured in Mountain Dew's Superbowl commercial) and trap architect Lex Luger returns with the new single "Who Wanna Play." ATL upstart Que ("OG Bobby Johnson") barks anthemic bars over a thumping, BPM flipping beat that A-Trak and Lex cooked up with Atlanta’s reigning beatsmiths Metro Boomin and Sonny Digital (Young Thug, Makonnen, Travi$ Scott) and bass maven Brillz, setting the tempo for 2015 and beyond. The accompanying music video from Kanye West collaborator Nate Brown and Gustavo "Kidmograph" Torres is just as next level, re-imagining sci-fi classics like Blade Runner, Akira, and Mad Max for the WorldStar generation. Play it loud, and stay tuned for more Low Pros collaborations dropping this year on Fool's Gold.
Montreal turntable wiz A-Trak and Lex Luger have revived their Low Pros project to deliver another hip-hop and EDM crossover banger.
The duo have unveiled "Who Wanna Play," which features a guest spot from Atlanta rapper Que, and they've given the new track the visual treatment.
The clip plays with retro graphic design, depicting Que cruising in a convertible as he drives through what looks like the inside of an '80s computer game. The look was apparently inspired by re-imagining sci-fi classics like Blade Runner, Akira and Mad Max. -- Exclaim!
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