PREMIERE | Toronto's Sandy Pearlman & Bones Collab With Keysha Freshh For "All The Wrong Places" EP
Bringing old-school vibes to the modern digital age.
You must be familiar with the name Sandy Pearlman & Bones, as we've covered many of their releases throughout the past. Well, they're back, this time collaborating with Toronto MC Keysha Freshh to release their All The Wrong Places EP, a collaborative 3-track project bringing together some boom bap vibes alongside the eclectic urban vibes that they boys are known. I guess we can call that a refreshing revival of the 1990s.
Seamlessly coming together mixing playful and deeply personal lyrical attributes, both Keysha Freshh and Sandy Pearlman & Bones draw from each other's unique energy and style offering us what seems to be the perfect formula for a possible trio in the making...
The tracks on the EP are easily digestible, painting a what-you-see-is-what-you-get picture of each separate invidual in the same melting pot: a true depiction of cultural vibes in Canada. This is truly what Toronto music collaboration is all about.
You can listen to "Pet Peeve," "Peel Off" and "All The Right Places" below, or through your favourite streaming platform after the jump:
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