Bad Colours’ is California Dreamin’ in His New Single “Maybe I Should Move to LA” ☀️ Give it a listen below!
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Bad Colours makes a big return with his new song “Maybe I Should Move to LA,” the first single off his upcoming sophomore album “Always With U.” The track sees the Brooklyn-based artist contemplate a move out West – an idea that came about following a trip to LA for the 20 Years of Bastard Jazz anniversary party (which he DJed) in November last year. Bright pads, a thumping four-on-the-floor beat, and a catchy vocal line make it the perfect accompaniment to a top-down joy-ride up PCH. However, the song closes with a spoken clip: “Na dude, you ain’t going nowhere. This is where we at; this is where we stay.” California dreaming aside, Bad Colours won’t be leaving Brooklyn anytime soon.
Bad Colours is the moniker of London-born, Maryland-raised, Brooklyn-based DJ, songwriter, producer, and instrumentalist Ibe Soliman. While his career has spanned nearly two decades – as both a DJ (alongside the likes of James Murphy, Mark Ronson, and Q-Tip) and producer (for Kendrick Lamar, Faith Evans, Keyshia Cole, and Rick Ross, among others) – the Bad Colours name only came into being in early 2020, with the debut LP, “PINK,” being released in February, 2021 on the Brooklyn tastemaker label Bastard Jazz. By tapping into his deep network of artist friends, Ibe compiled a treasure-trove of vocal samples, snippets, sketches, and fresh instrumental loops into a beautiful debut record that touches on hip-hop, house, and left-field electronic, while remaining irresistibly danceable.