From Belgium to Montreal, discover Apashe with “The Landing”

Taken from Apashe’s debut album “Copter Boy“, “The Landing” features Kaytranada‘s collaborator: Wasiu.

As Wasiu explained to i-D last year:

I’m from Montréal, Québec. Québec is the only place in The Americas where French is the official language. That makes us a hemispherical minority. Anglophones are a minority. My mother’s a Haitian Protestant Christian, my father’s a Nigerian Muslim. I’m a minority of a minority of a minority of a minority of a minority.

It actually must be the same feeling for Belgium-born and Montréal-based producer Apashe

Their collaboration on “The Landing” mixes trap and hip-hop music on a progressive production mainly based on brasses.

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“The Landing” is taken from Apashe’s debut LP “Copter Boy”, out now via Kannibalen Records.

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Follow Apashe on Facebook, Twitter, and Soundcloud. Stay tuned with Wasiu on Facebook, Twitter, and Soundcloud.

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