The movement Fam’s Cee & Notion switch lanes for the new year with two joints Still The Kid and Wrecked. A different foray for the Montreal based emcees but fresh nevertheless. A blend of 808 kicks, synths, reverbed snares  and rolling hi hats make up the bulk of the soundscape while Cee & Notion effortlessly shine over the southern soaked beats. In other words, the sharpness is very much present while the only difference is the vibe. It’s a new year, I’m all for stepping out of the comfort zone for once.

Just so you know both cuts were produced by JPolo and J-Lah respectively.

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The homie J-Lah is a producer/DJ/fashion designer out of Toronto, and he laced us with the soundscape that became ‘Wrecked‘. A haunting sample kicks off the club-oriented, 808-drenched cut, with tongue-in-cheek tales of intoxication courtesy of Cee and Notion. And for those familiar with internet hilarity, the cover art is a variation of the Really Stoned Guy meme – it’s definitely not an old pic of either of the boys…

Quebec representative JPolo hit us with the more soulful production of the two joints; ‘Still The Kid‘ is a slow groove sample-based cut that sees Cee and Notion on their usual TMF ish – double time flows over the eerie synths allow the kids to flex a little, all the while letting y’all know where they came from.

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