Sega Bodega has slowly crafted his genre-defying sonic vision over the past two years. Last year he lent his production prowess to rapidly unfolding talents Col3trane, Cosima, Shygirl, and more, shapeshifting their immaculate vocals with hip-hop-infused electronica that riotously expelled on his UK upbringing’s experimental club culture. Alongside these collaborative efforts, 2019 also saw Sega breaking out as a solo artist, releasing the preliminary “f*ck you” anthem, “U Suck,” now delivering on an announcement that his debut album, Salvador, will be arriving this Valentine’s Day.
Atop of the announcement, Sega has also shared a brand new experimental cut titled “Salv Goes To Hollywood,” which sees a simplistic vocal from the artist drastically tweaked and reworked, placed alongside a variety of brash synth bridges and a melodious centerpiece filled with skittish synths and transcendent chords.
You can stream “Salv Goes To Hollywood” above. Sega Bodega’s Salvador arrives on February 14 via is own label, NUXXE.
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