Website launch party July 13th, 2013 9pm at TBD…
New single coming soon…
Just before 2uce hit up Atlanta in early 2012, he laid down lyrics to one of SLFSH’s darkest recordings. Tellin’ Me was one our best tracks in the early stages of this project. Mixed & mastered by J.B. Andrews of Indianapolis, IN.
SLFSH is influenced by so many creative outlets. Flatline fuses Asian cinema, electronic and underground hip hop. The first scratch instrumental emitted what sounded like a heartbeat, and the track grew from there. 2uce spits lyrical history, never holding back when giving a glimpse into his past.
Ello is a freestyle track with an electronic twist. This verse was originally used for another track but did not quite fit right, so Justin stayed up all night writing an instrumental track that fit the verse the way it was meant to be heard. The result is this dynamic little track that makes you bounce a bit.
This track was the first ever collaboration effort of the group, and signifies the beginning of the SLFSH concept. The track appeared on 2uce’s second Mixtape, “How I Roll II”. It was a bonus track, but ended up capturing quite a bit of attention despite being towards the end of the release.
Security, which had the working demo title of “Japanese Girl”, has been given vocals. The street team rejoices and is gearing up for the new release. Keep watch.
SLFSH took a leap forward when it’s kickstarter was funded. The following video was produced and posted; asking listeners for their support and contributions. Now that full funding has been reached, production of the initial release has been slated for summer of ’13. Check the video below for the breakdown of what SLFSH really stands for. Or head over to kickstarter page