With an expansive North American tour set to begin in just a couple weeks, NGHTMRE is teaming up with ZHU for a new joint single. Known as “Man’s First Inhibition,” the aforementioned pairing’s glitched-out new collaboration features Pittsburgh rapper Kidd Keem and will see release through Ultra Music this Friday, August 23. Notably, NGHTMRE’s latest record comes to us following the delivery of another high-profile collaborative single, the A$AP Ferg-assisted “Redlight.”
“I’ve always looked up to ZHU’s music ever since the project first started,” NGHTMRE tells us. “A few years ago I was lucky enough to get to remix his track ‘Blame’ with Ekali. He really liked the remix and we linked up and share some ideas to possibly work on together. The ‘Man’s First Inhibition’ vocal really inspired me to make something glitch-y and different. It ended up being a nice blend of both of our sounds and still sounds fresh and unique! Hope you guys like it!”
You can check out the visualizer for NGHTMRE and ZHU’s new collaborative single with Kidd Keem, “Man’s First Inhibition,” above. “Man’s First Inhibition” is also available for streaming via Apple Music, Spotify and Deezer. You can take a look at the itinerary for NGHTMRE’s forthcoming North American tour — dubbed “The Alchemy Tour” — below.
For more, revisit ZHU’s 2018 studio album RINGOS DESERT.