River Tiber, Daniel Caesar & Frank Dukes Unveil New Collab "West"

“This song is about leaving and trying not to look back.”

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Last week, River Tiber served up the official video for “No Talk,” the impressive single of his that Drake sampled. Now, he’s back with an all-new effort that already sounds like it might be better than the aforementioned record. Linking up with Daniel Caesar and Frank Dukes, River Tiber cooks up a “song about leaving and trying not to look back,” “West.” The track saw its debut earlier today on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 program, and River Tiber had the following to say about the song in a statement emailed to FADER:

“It’s a blessing to be able to make music with Frank Dukes and Daniel Caesar… This song is about leaving and trying not to look back. I pictured when I flew to California for the first time, listening to Led Zeppelin’s ‘Going to California.’ There’s something magnetic about the west coast, especially when you’re from a cold city like Toronto.”

You can give “West” a listen below.

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