Following his music video collab with Kodak Black, Hit Bout It, Lil Yachty drops a video for his new track, Cortex.
The song is produced by Cash Cobain, who goes heavy on the bass using a sample of Huit Octobre 1971 by Cortex, which plays with a funky 70’s French jazz vibe. This is also widely known for being sampled on MF DOOM’s 2004 track One Beer, then later sampled by Tyler, The Creator on his album 2009 Bastard and Wiz Khalifa for his 2010 song Visions.
Cobain twists the sample on Cortex, keeping the soulful vocals, but adding a modern-day drill feel. Lil Boat hops on the track, going in about the crew and how they do, as he captions the video, “Right now I’m working on 4-5 projects.. I promise to give y’all a shit load of music this year…. rock outttttt. It’s us!”
No definite details on the release of the new project have surfaced yet, but check out the Cortex video above.
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