Bas Heads to Tokyo in Latest Visual for "Nirvana"

Featuring B. Lewis and Falcons.

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Shortly after dropping the single “Risk” with FKJ, Dreamville’s Bas has returned with new visuals for “Nirvana” set in Tokyo.

Featuring B. Lewis on vocals and Falcons on production, the track is laced with light acoustic guitars, hazy synths and buoyant auto-tuned vocals that glide smoothly over the instrumentals. “Nirvana” kicks off with sung verses from B. Lewis, followed by a set of bars from Bas towards the second half of the track. The Dreamville rapper took to Instagram with the video, mentioning how it all came together by chance: “Tokyo top three for me. The stars aligned. We didn’t plan to shoot this video. Falcons happened to be in town for a gig same time as me…Also shoutout to the Japanese homies that came to the park and shot some extra footage for us I was od lit and this sh*t was a blur but you are appreciated. B. Lewis didn’t make the trip so we did our best to fake the funk in Lil Tokyo, L.A. for his scenes.” Measuring at a little under three minutes, the song is another light, feel-good addition to Bas’ dynamic discography.

Scroll above to watch the visuals for the collaborative track “Nirvana.”

Elsewhere, Migos have won in its recent copyright infringement lawsuit for “Walk It Talk It.”


 

 

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Tokyo top 3 for me. The stars aligned. We didn’t plan to shoot this video. @falcons happened to be in town for a gig same time as me @mixedbyali @yaboynois @noblegent @curtis_sircut_bye popped up for @engineears workshop. Not to mention the OG fiend @doubidoubz was there from Paris with his homies and a few 8mm cameras. We just let the cameras run and let @samshapiromedia make sense of the madness. A true @thefiends production. NIRVANA out now in my bio. Also shoutout to the Japanese homies that came to the park and shot some extra footage for us I was od lit and this shit was a blur but you are appreciated. @b_lewis didn’t make the trip so we did our best to fake the funk in Lil Tokyo, LA for his scenes ?. Let the good times roll.

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