Casper & B. – “New Phone Who Dis” (ft. Pell) [Audio]

Casper & B. - "New Phone Who Dis" (ft. Pell) [Audio]


By Jack Barnes

Casper & B. are crafting a sound that’s soulful and upbeat, the opposite of rap’s current slow and dark trend. Pete Rock stans at heart, the Los Angeles-based production duo’s forthcoming album also ties in influence from hyphy, go-go, New Orleans bounce, Blink 182, and early Kanye West. Teaming up withPell for “New Phone Who Dis,” Casper & B. chopped the vocals to create the chorus, a signature element of their production influenced by the Lite Feet dance style. “This song actually started with a totally different production,” Casper & B. tell Mass Appeal in their premiere of the track. “It’s just super cocky, and a lot of fun, so we rebuilt the beat to match that kind of energy.” Enjoy this audio stream below after the jump.
Casper & B.’s Low Battery Summer project is slated for release on June 20th. “New Phone Who Dis” follows the Michael Christmas and Marc E. Bassy-assisted single “Work Hard,” which debuted viaPigeons & Planes earlier this year. “When we decided to create our own album, we actually sat down and started listening to all of our favorite music from our entire life,” they explain. “We didn’t know what our sound was yet, but we knew we wanted it to be fun.” A desire to make people dance with catchy hooks and up-beat production, boosted by raps and additional vocals by a collection of cutting edge collaborators, Casper & B. are certain to stand-out from the norms of new music.

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The Background:
While in their junior year at USC, production duo Casper & B. got scooped for management by Control Music Group (HudMo, Awful Records) and had a joint venture publishing deal with BMG and Busbee(P!nk, Katy Perry, Timbaland). They were making underground hip-hop in the mold of Pete Rock and J Dilla, in addition to weird bass/dubstep stuff at the time, but through management they were urged to start steering toward a pop sound and booked sessions with Bebe Rhea, Jordin Sparks, Jason Derulo, etc. After a few years, they didn’t like what they were doing, parted ways, and shifted their focus back into a cross-breed of hip-hop and dance. Slated to release June 20th, their Low Battery Summer project includes collaborations with cutting edge vocalists and rappers including Marc E. Bassy, Michael Christmas, and Pell.
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