- The new release features production from AceMo, Kwes Darko and more.
The next release from Alexandra Drewchin, AKA Eartheater, will also launch a new label called Chemical X.
Chemical X's first release is the Trinity mixtape, which Drewchin describes as "gushy wet love anthem[s]." The songs on Trinity were made around the time of Drewchin's last album, last year's IRISIRI, during an "emotional and romantic summer," according to the press release, which also notes the lyrical themes of "water and its three states: solid, liquid and gas."
The mixtape was made in New York and features a number of local producers, including AceMo, Kwes Darko, Tony Seltzer, Denzxl, Color Plus, Dadras and Hara Kiri.
The release date is still under wraps, but for now, listen to first single "High Tide," produced by AceMo.
01. Prodigal Sol prod. AceMo
02. High Tide prod. AceMo
03. Supersoaker prod. AceMo
04. Lick My Tears prod. Tony Seltzer
05. Spill The Milk prod. Tony Seltzer and Kwes Darko
06. Sleet prod. Color Plus
07. Infidelity prod. Denzxel
08. Solid Liquid Gas prod. Hara Kiri
09. Pearl Diver prod. AceMo
10. Fontanel prod. Dadras
Chemical X will release Trinity soon.
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