Cam O’bi Persuades Snoh Allegra & Rejjie Snow to Step Out for their Comfort Zone

 Evan Dale // Oct 22, 2020 

The unparalleled youthfulness in the auditory aesthetic if Chicago’s Cam O’bi is unmistakable once his name is placed. Strangely, a lot of people may not know the producer’s moniker, but everyone knows his sound. With a career spanning nearly a decade and prominent collaborations with Chance the Rapper, Vic Mensa, Lil Wayne, Mick Jenkins, EarthGang, Bas, Noname, Isaiah Rashad, J. Cole, and many more, you’d be hard-pressed not to have a few of his tracks playlisted right now. And good news, he’s got another worthy one on his hands.

 

Towards his debut album, Grown Ass Kid, expected – to say the least – soon, he’s been dropping a slurry of singles with artists of all sounds and styles. And his latest is Mirrors, which folds in the sonic silk of Snoh Allegra and longtime friend, collaborator, and one-of-a-kind wordsmith, Rejjie Snow. Overtop a playful, bubbly Cam O’bi beat, Snoh Allegra and Rejjie Snow are persuaded into playfulness of their own, and the outcome is expectedly unique.

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