Kwame – schleep.

Timing out at just over two minutes the track storms in as a surprise standalone blip, coming together almost as quickly as the final product. “I made this in 15 minutes as a little throwaway beat for fun, then I realised it was kinda hard so I turned it into a song lmao,” says Kwame.

“I do this sh*t in my schleep” rips the opening mantra, spitting Kwame’s diversity of production and prolific songwriting abilities into fruition. Directed by Kwame, the accompanying video only elevates the flex.

Served up as a standalone release, ‘schleep.’ is a jovial pivot from Kwame’s previous offering ‘NOBODY feat. E^ST’ – premiered by Zane Lowe on Apple Music’s Beats 1. Flexing his absolute dominance as one of Australia’s most in-demand collaborators, Kwame’s ability to produce, perform and write across all hip-hop genres is paying off. Further expanding his boundary pushing catalogue, he recently teamed up on party track ‘Summer Rain’ with Wave Racer, and also joined Matt Corby on Triple One’s ‘So Easy’.

About this track…

‘schleep.’ is a new release that will not feature on Kwame’s third extended play.

The track come as a sharp left turn from the sound that’s been presented so far for Kwame’s upcoming EP, and a part of a wider idea he’s keen to replicate on future release cycles – break from the norm and keep fans guessing.


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