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Chosen Few – “Girls Gone Wild” w/ Pep Love, Opio
January 22, 2010, 1:44 pm
Filed under: Downloads, Music

Smooth vibes from Charles Cooper’s saxophone open up the latest offering from Oakland’s Chosen Few, which also features lyrical acrobatics from Opio and Pep Love from the iconic west coast collective, Hieroglyphics. Titled ”Girls Gone Wild,” the song is a precursor to the Chosen Few’s upcoming album, New World Symphony, and although it will not be making an appearance on the album, the group is giving it away now to allow listeners an early taste of what to expect from the Bay Area crew. “Girls Gone Wild” doesn’t seek to resurrect the ghosts of spring breaks past, but instead touches “on the delicate balance of media influences and personal connections to what defines success for women in the, yet still, inequitable social norms of the world” says Cooper. Featuring production by beat maestro Unjust, “Girls Gone Wild” serves as a worldwide wakeup call to see through the media-manufactured smoke and mirrors, and, adds Unjust, encourages people everywhere to “foster their own individual shine.” While rhymes and horns are at the front of this creative storm, at Opio’s suggestion the song closes with audio from the movie Fame and the rest, as they say, is history. Chosen Few’s New World Symphony will be available on January 9, 2010 via Hiero Imperium Records.

“Girls Gone Wild” w/ Pep Love, Opio [download]

Chosen Few

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