Chase B, Don Toliver and Gunna Celebrate NOBU on "Cafeteria"

Previewed on the recent episode of .WAV Radio.

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After being previewed during the latest episode of Travis Scott‘s Apple Music .WAV Radio show, “Cafeteria” from Chase B, Don Toliver and Gunna is now on streaming platforms. The track is expected to serve as the lead single off of Chase B and Don Toliver’s upcoming collaborative album Escapism.

Coming together to celebrate NOBU, the track starts with Chase B running through an order comprised of Spicy Yellowtail, Wagyu Tacos, Lobster Tempura and more. Founded in the late ’70s, NOBU has become a high-end sushi empire that has pushed the idea of fusion cuisine with Chef Nobu Matsuhisa blending of traditional Japanese dishes with Peruvian ingredients.

Carrying the cycling beat is Don Toliver’s distinct vocals that deliver braggadocious lines in a sing-song manner. Introducing Gunna to the track, the YSL Records rapper provides a relaxed bar that builds on the vocal pattern established by Toliver. A breakdown at the end of the track serves a pulsing end to the heavy-hitting collaboration.

Stream Chase B and Don Toliver’s “Cafeteria” featuring Gunna on Spotify and Apple Music below.

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