Bladee Taps Ecco2k for Double-Sided "Vanilla Sky" & "Birdbath" Single

Continuing with their lo-fi cloudrap sound.

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Cloudrap frontrunner and Drain Gang founder Bladee has returned with two new singles that epitomize the Sadboy-sound the Swedish rapper helped usher in. The two new tracks, “Vanilla Sky” – featuring fellow Drain Gang member Ecco2k – and “Birdbath,” stay true to Bladee’s idiosyncratic style, ushering in lo-fi tethered verses over the instrumentals co-produced by Woesum, Nikita, and Oozini.

Notably so, the tracks seem to be inspired by Tom Cruise’s film of the same name, with the artwork channeling a similar aesthetic to that of the film’s theatrical poster. The track follows Bladee’s recent “Famous” track alongisde Yung Lean, Black Kray, and YSB OG.

You can stream both “Vanilla Sky” and “Birdbath” below.

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