VanJess Release "Addicted" Single Alongside Several Remixes

With one track featuring Queens-based rapper Bas.

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The Nigerian-American family duo VanJess released a new multi-single called “Addicted” alongside two remixes, one of which features the Queens-based and J. Cole-signed rapper Bas. The R&B act has a distinct ’90s vibe to them on this track, but their approach of releasing the single with several different versions of the same track is reminiscent of the decade as well. It all sonically comes to a head on their “Keep Cool Remix”, a proper ode to the nostalgic era.

In other music news, Cautious Clay recently opened up on his new single “Honest Enough.”

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