Snakehips Release New Song “Gone” Featuring Syd of The Internet

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UK based duo Snakehips have successfully continued to harness a truly unique sound that defines their blend of styles with every single production. Recently we've seen the originals "After I Met You" and "Days" and even premiered the Sweater Beats remix of "Days", but today the have news of the next chapter in the Snakehips saga. The duo have an upcoming EP, Forever (Pt. II), which is set to release through their own label Hoffman West and will be available on March 9th. 

Today we have a new track "Gone" featuring Odd Future homie Syd of The Internet who's voice couldn't have gone anymore more perfect with Snakehips sensual sound. The trap inspired drums, extra wavey synths, and extra dream-inducing elements all tie together with Syd's flawless vocals. 

No info whatsoever on a release date or free download in classic Snakehips fashion, so replaying the track below will have to suffice. Enjoy!

Also Snakehips are jumping on a small run of UK shows, with all those dates listed below the player.

Snakehips – Gone (Ft. Syd)


Wiz Khalifa – Gone (Ft. Juicy J)

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Wiz Khalifa is right in the final weeks before releasing his newest album O.N.I.F.C., yet drops us off a fresh new track “Gone” featuring Juicy J. It’s a super mellow beat produced by Crazy Mike and Juicy , with both rappers spitting some mellow flow. It’s a little hard not to want to light one up listening to this track.. but I guess that’s pretty much every Wiz track. Enjoy!

Wiz Khalifa – Gone (Ft. Juicy J) (Produced By Crazy Mike and Juicy J) | Download | Alternate

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