Future Brown Share New Video // LP Out 2/24


Future Brown premiere ‘Vernaculo featuring Maluca’ from their 2015 album. The video was directed by Rory Mulhere in cooperation with Future Brown’s Art Basel performance with DIS for Perez Art Museum Miami which featured special guest album contributors Kelela, Ian Isiah and Maluca herself.

Rory Mulhere:
“Vernaculo plays with words and globalized layers, using the reggaeton stylings of Future Brown featuring the hard-as-nails Dominican rhymes of Maluca. Presented in a skinline marketing context, the video is an observation of the bizarre world of beauty advertising, positing Future Brown as a universal foundation for all.”

Future Brown made waves with their epic debut track “Wanna Party” featuring ascending rapper/singer Tink, released officially last month. And now the first track from their debut full length features the one and only Shawnna, who appears alongside fellow Chicago native DJ Victoriouz on the hard-hitting “Talkin Bandz”.

From this point the album shifts from the high-tension grime inflections of Ruff Sqwad members Rapid and Dirty Danger and Roll Deep affiliates Roachee and Riko Dan to the haunting R&B of Kelela, Ian Isiah and Tim Vocals. Johnny May Cash, YB and King Rell from Young Chop’s 8TMG appear on “Killin Time”, while Chicago’s vital bop scene is represented by Sicko Mobb, who’s twisting auto-tune flow laces “Big Homie”. After tapping New Orleans’ rising star 3DNa’Tee to appear on the “Wanna Party” remix, Future Brown and 3D return with “MVP” alongside NY singer Tim Vocals.


1. Room 302 feat. Tink
2. Talkin Bandz feat. Shawnna and DJ Victoriouz
3. Big Homie feat. Sicko Mobb
4. No Apology feat. Timberlee
5. Vernáculo feat. Maluca
6. Dangerzone feat. Kelela and Ian Isiah
7. Speng feat. Riko Dan
8. Killing Time feat. Johnny May Cash YB and King Rell
9. MVP feat. 3D Na’Tee and Tim Vocals
10. Asbestos feat. Roachee, Prince Rapid and Dirty Danger
11. Wanna Party fest. Tink

Watch the video here: http://www.pamm.org/vernaculo

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