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.”
Mannnn if you know me you know how much I love Tokyo. Been like a dozen times and it never gets old. This time Im particular all the stats aligned. The result was an impromptu video shoot. Let the good times roll. Nirvana ft @falconsbeats @blewis VIDEO https://t.co/ANIkWvDW6G
— Bas (@Bas) November 13, 2019