“Mint Chocolate”, the new single from 1999 Write the Future

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A simple collaborative between BadBadNotGood, west side Gunn and conway the machine.

Canadian musical group BadBadNotGood has expanded his energy, since to create new music he has connected with rappers west side Gunn and conway the machineand they have released their second single “Mint Chocolate”of the project 1999 Write the Futurea new musical collective and multimedia experience from the record company 88rising.

Although the artists have achieved individual goals where BadBadNotGood returned in October with a collaboration with charlotte day Wilson, west side Gunn released his latest album And Then You Pray for Me and Conway The Machine continues to release powerful projects like his next album Palermo together with the producer Wun Twonow in “Mint Chocolate” They all demonstrate their high creativity and ingenuity to mix their ideas.

Well, in addition, the new song is accompanied by a video clip, in which we see various shots that cause satisfaction due to their colors. This takes place in a talent contest, where after a boring performance, children called “The Destroyers” pretend to be themselves and demonstrate its flow. When liked, they turn out to be the only interesting thing about the contest and at the same time, they are “questionable” because they are not very destructive due to their calm and peaceful act. But watch it yourself!

Definitely, 1999 Write the Future It is a very interesting musical collective capable of taking us through a different world, since the fusion between the aforementioned bands adds a unique touch full of sound freshness.


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