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Waterbed - Obey City - Merlot Sounds (Vinyl)

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  1. Accédez à tous les albums de musique et les meilleurs titres en vidéos de Obey City ici sur Frogtoon Music. Meilleurs titres incluent: Neva knew - Baauer Remix, Airy (feat. Kelela), Fallin', Reflect Effect, Tell Her, Quantum Phase, Cyber Stream, Neva Knew (Baauer Remix), Proceed, Uptown Pumps, et .
  2. Feb 04,  · That sound has really taken off, and since become sort of ubiquitous, so it's nice to hear a change of pace with this luxurious slow jam from NYC producer Obey City. It's called "Waterbed.
  3. ‘Merlot Sounds - Alternative Versions’ ‘Waterbed’ with Anthony Flammia. Directed by Melissa Matos “When I sought out to make an album, I knew the sounds I wanted to explore were quite far removed from the Obey City project. I chose a name that is closer to my own because I am more physically and intimately involved.” – Sam O.B.
  4. Merlot Sounds, an album by Obey City on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy.
  5. Waterbed ’s a number from Obey’s forthcoming EP, Merlot Sounds. Joining Flammia on vocal duties on the forthcoming EP will be Oakland vocalist  1OAK, and Erick Arc Elliott (a.k.a.  Erick the Architect, from Flatbush Zombies).
  6. Jul 10,  · More By Obey City See All. Merlot Sounds - EP Merlot Sounds (Alternative Versions) - EP Waterbed (feat. Anthony Flammia) [S-Type Remix] - Single Dance Olivia - Single Champagne Sounds - EP You May Also Like See All. Mirror Maru - EP.
  7. Waterbed. Merlot Sounds. Cloud Lust. Merlot Sounds. Chante. Merlot Sounds. Similar Artists. The Range. Merlot Sounds OBEY CITY. remove. OBEY CITY added an album Mar 28, at AM. 38 Comment Share Info Connections Comments Shares.
  8. May 10,  · Since we last reported on Brooklyn musician and producer Sam Obey, he has abandoned his electro’n’B persona Obey City in favor of a more streamlined moniker and a sound that is “a truer reflection of [him]self musically and artistically than ever before.” But okay, well, if Obey’s just-released single “Midnight Blue” is any indication, not that much has changed in his world.

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