Brasstracks Deliver Chill Soulful New Song "Stay There" Ft. Xavier Omar


Longtime TSIS favorites Brasstracks have dropped their new single “Stay There” which features a vocal pairing from Xavier Omar. Brooklyn duo Brasstracks have provided TSIS with some super dope content this year, including their extravagant live videos of “Improv #1” and “Opposite Ways”. San Antonio artist Xavier Omär was introduced to the site last year with his collaboration with Goldlink. The result of the two rising artists coming together is nothing short of incredible.

Brasstracks’ horn foundation is undeniably powerful and Xavier Omar is the perfect vocalist for this track. “Stay There” starts slower then abruptly pops into an absolute feel-good funk track. The keys and bassline in this track are too good. We’re getting very ready for the weekend right now and this song is the first track in rotation as we leave the office. Enjoy!

Brasstracks - Stay There (ft. Xavier Omar)

PREMIERE | Alexander Lewis Teams With Brasstracks, Armani White & Bxrber On Must Hear Soulful Song "Pearl Magnolia"

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Today we have a premiere for you we're very excited about. Some of our favorite artists just teamed up for an epic collaboration and we already can't get enough of it. Ahead of Alexander Lewis' full OMNI EP out tomorrow, he's linked up with Brasstracks as well as rising rapper Armani White and talented vocalist Bxrber on his must hear new song "Pearl Magnolia".

"Pearl Magnolia" brings an extra soulful sound throughout. The production is jazzy and funky blending layers of smooth horns and crisp percussion making for a feel-good foundation bringing out the best in each collaborator. We just heard Armani White link up with Sango on an explosive "casablanco freestyle" and now he takes things in a much more soulful route with his slick verses displaying his vocal dexterity skipping and hopping along the beat with ease. Bxrber is coming hot off his collab with Louis Futon on "Fall On Me" and he keeps the momentum going with his incredible vocals soaring effortlessly above the instrumental.

Alexander Lewis has always had a knack for perfectly blending trap with brass, but really shows off his versatility on this new one focusing on his more soulful side we're loving ahead of his hip-hop project. The full project brings a more hip-hop oriented sound from Lewis so be sure to check out the entire release tomorrow and enjoy!

Alexander Lewis - Pearl Magnolia (Ft. Brasstracks, Armani White & Bxrber)

Brasstracks Share Live Studio Video Of "Opposite Ways" With 14 Musicians Ft. S'natra & Fatherdude

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Brasstracks are back at it. The Brooklyn duo has always had a strong jazz influence but really stepped things up a notch with live studio performances of their songs with a 14-piece band... and it's amazing.

This time Ivan and Conor linked up with S'natra and Fatherdude along with the many musicians for a new rendition of their "Opposite Ways" song. The entire group of musicians seamlessly comes together in a cohesive way, putting a big band spin on their single we already loved. This is following up their recent video showing a live version of "Improv #1" and shows a new side of the duo we're excited about. Enjoy!

Brasstracks - Opposite Ways (Ft. S'natra and Fatherdude)

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