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The hype for ASAP Rocky 's second album continues to grow, but Flacko's been less forthcoming than most artists when it comes to details.
We also know one of Rocky's main producers, Clams Casino , will be back--and, for now, that's enough to keep us going. Or, at least, his come-up wouldn't have happened nearly as fast as it did.
Of course, it goes vice versa, too. They brought the world a brand of hip-hop that's emotional, druggy, and chalked full of swag; clique anthems that are simultaneously turned up and down.
A strange, indescribable mix that still needs to be explored. On Rocky's debut album, we only got two Clammy beats. Let's hope to get that number back up this time around.
The first Clams Casino beat Rocky ever got his hands on, before the pair ever met each other. Clams discovered Rocky online, liked his style, and reached out to send him some beats.
It turns out, he was Rocky's favorite producer. Rocky had already recorded over "Demons", and it sounded so good they had to keep it on Live.
The formula was already there--druggy, a little depressed--but a sound and a swag so pure you can't help but be inspired.
The opening song to Live. The bass connects with crashing cymbals and an echoing chorus of holy chants.
Over top stands a cocky kid from Harlem intent on bringing the "trill" to East Coast rap. New age street royalty. Perfectly executed pretty boy swag from Rocky, another dreamy vocal sample from Clams.
The beat speaks to you, even though it's one sample washed over and over again. True to the title, Clams thumps on the bass when it comes time for the hook--first with the screwed vocals, and then in tandem with Rocky steadily repeating the word "bass".
Opening with a chilling recording of Ol' Dirty Bastard--"we some partying motherfuckers"--"Leaf" starts out on an ominous note, with Rocky airing all his grievances: "jackers", "backpackers", "hipsters", "phony niggas" Though Clams is careful to leave room for Rocky's shit-talking, letting drone-y murmurs float in the background, he injects a serious kick drum attack right when Rocky gets most vicious: "little bit of that, little bit of this, get off my dick".
In the hands of Clams Casino, all sounds become part of a highly emotive stew, poking their nose out of the mix every once in a while to evoke a new response in the listener.
The beat is an unmistakable Clams Casino production, from the gauzy melody to the crack of the snares.
Minimal Clams. But, simple low end goodness would be too easy for Clams; at he brings in a heart-stopping shout sample, working it into the beat as a rhythmic element, showing his ability to take sounds both musical and non-musical and bend them to his will.
Ah, the cleverness of Clams. And, of course, the drums snap. A strong argument for Clams Casino as instrumental artist even though it originally appeared as a backdrop for Lil B.
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