Glam Shell – “Champagne”
Tight instrumentation and smooth R&B samples dominate the front lines of this explosive new single from Louisville, Kentucky producer, Glam Shell. The direct follow-up to Soul & Stardust (which we premiered back in April), “Champagne” symbolizes BCS (best case scenario) bedroom production: clean and tactful, yet experimental and innovative to the death. Time for a full-length my friend!
Here’s what Drury Graham (of Glam Shell) had to say about his latest creation:
I wanted to make something crisp and smooth. A tune with some sparkle and shine, while maintaining a sort of aggressive drive, which was my inspiration for the title. I put a lot of effort into getting as much variation and energy out of a sample that’s really only a few seconds long. It’s a good example of the sound I’ve been working with more lately: clean record flips and a tight production quality. Besides “Champagne”, I’ve been working on some casual collaborations with some other artists, but nothing major. “Champagne” was sort of a big tune to finish off the summer months. Future releases are undetermined at this point. There’s been talk of a potential EP release with an MC I’ve been in contact with, but as the project is still way in the beginning stages, I’m gonna leave the details under wraps.
Stream and/or download “Champagne” below: