Judge finds the overlap between his collaborators on "Addicted."
L.A. producer Judge has assembled a fail-proof cast of collaborators for his new record, or so he claims on Twitter. "Pretty sure anyone cud make a good song w these 4," he writes of the vocalists and co-producers, listing those involved with lofty titles: The Neighborhood's Jesse Rutherford (the icon), Lil West (the superstar), Alexander Lewis (the boss), and Dylan Brady (the genius). However, Judge's role can not be understated. The shape-shifting instrumental, filled with fine details and thrilling production tricks, draws the lines between Jesse's warm, key-accompanied hook and West's distorted auto-tune.
We last heard from the constantly collaborative Lil West on Mozey's "WYA."
You gettin' violent
Baby, I hardly can function
You make me vomit
You always lying
You never said why you crying
You gettin lost
But notice I always could find ya
You never tied it
You never tried it
You always tell me you're tired