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Album Review

There is an abundance of talent in Future Brown, a production crew that consists of Asma Maroof and Daniel Pinieda (aka Nguzunguzu), Fatima Al-Qadiri, and J-Cush. The first three are responsible for some of the best releases on revered labels like Fade to Mind and UNO, while Cush has operated Lit City Trax. Equally notable is the long list of rappers and singers the group snared for its self-titled Warp album — one that combines established underground figures and upcoming commercial artists. Likewise, the group amalgamates a head-spinning variety of intensely rhythmic, street-level club music styles: footwork, grime, bass, reggaeton, commercial R&B and rap sounds, even cumbia. Most of the tracks, ranging from "Wanna Party" (featuring Chicago's Timbaland-supported Tink) to"Vernáculo" (with Mad Decent associate Maluca), are designed as party anthems. A rare diversion, "Dangerzone," is a wispy ballad that involves Ian Isiah and Kelela. From their inspirations to their choices in collaborators — the inclusion of underappreciated rapid-fire rapper Shawnna alone is particularly laudable — Future Brown clearly know what to synthesize and how to select.

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A watershed moment

Over the last couple of years, electronic music has taken on amazing new forms and realized a number of key permutations, like trap and dance or grime and hip-hop. Future Brown takes this in a bold new direction, actualizing the hip-hop/dance mix that's been brewing for years. The members of Future Brown command their sounds and influences, never letting a single sound take over. The album flows with grace and never becomes dull.

KNOCKS

WANNA PARTY WITH 3D NA’TEE IS BETTER BUT ITS ALL GOOD.

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Amazing

Biography

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '10s

Production crew Future Brown consists of Asma Maroof and Daniel Pineda (aka Nguzunguzu), Fatima Al-Qadiri (aka Ayshay), and J-Cush (operator of Lit City Trax). The group draws from several forms of rhythmic electronic music, including dancehall, grime, reggaeton, bass, and footwork, as well as overground sounds from rap and R&B. Signed to Warp, they made their recorded debut in November 2014 with a four-track EP on which they featured Tink, 3D Na'Tee, Prince Rapid, Dirty Danger, and Roachee. One-track...
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