Aminé Delivers Brand New Cut "Charmander"

Marking his first releases since 2020’s ‘Limbo.’

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Aminé has dropped off his first offering of 2021, “Charmander.”

Clocking in at just a little over two minutes, the cut hears the artist deliver tongue-in-cheek lyricism about reclusion and introspection, and arrives with an accompanying music video co-directed by Jack Begert and Aminé himself. ”After the release of Limbo I took some time to experiment and challenge myself to create in ways I hadn’t before — exploring different textures and tempos without any expectations,” he shared in a statement. “‘Charmander’ was the first product of that period that felt natural while still being at a completely different BPM than any of my previous work.”

2020’s Limbo marked Aminé’s first full-length release since 2017’s GOOD FOR YOU and featured guest appearances from the likes of JID, Young Thug, slowthai, Vince Staples, Summer Walker, Injury Reserve and more.

Watch Aminé’s “Charmander” visual above.

Elsewhere in music, watch the trailer for Kid Cudi’s Amazon documentary.

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