Single: Filter Face
Release Date: Sept. 20, 2016
Genre: Funk/Hip Hop
Combine a funky bass line, verse vocals that seamlessly combine jazz rhythms and quick hip hop flow, and a Red Hot Chili Peppers-inspired chorus, and you have Wetbrain’s latest single, “Filter Face.”
The Philly outfit’s newest effort plays a bit more to the funk-loving crowd than its predecessor, “She Bad,” but still has plenty of hip hop sensibilities to keep fans of that genre happy. It begins with some lo-fi percussion before its full rhythmic groove sets in to get listeners dancing for the next 3+ minutes.
Lyrically, “Filter Face” talks about the menace and shadiness of rebellious youth, although certain clues throughout the song hint – namely, those of shame and pain – suggest that living the wild life is not always what it’s cracked up to be.
Check out the single when it drops – as well as Wetbrain’s other tunes – by visiting them on Spotify.