Little Brother Release So Cold Video Featuring Chaundon

In preparation for the release of their forthcoming album, LeftBack, the North Carolina duo Little Brother is proud to release the album's latest track, "So Cold," featuring fellow Justus League emcee and long-time collaborator Chaundon.

Produced by King Karnov, the song begins with a commanding drumbeat, wobbly bass line, and warped keyboard effects, shortly joined by a soulful intro and hook. Once the distorted sounds and old school vibe are set, Big Pooh, Phonte, and the Bronx's own Chaundon command the instrumental, each taking turns over the song's three verses.

The smooth feel is complimented by "So Cold's" underlying theme - Big Pooh and Phonte live the high life from their musical success but haven't changed from the fame - and a catchy hook, "We love to party/ Love to ball/ Love to floss with no shame/ We act a fool/ We rock with jewels/ Got people calling our names/ So plain to see/ I can't believe you ever thought that I'd change/ So could about 20 below." The chemistry between the emcees is apparent throughout the track, continuing a long line of quality collaborations between the three. Chaundon explains, "The definition of soul, lyricism, and timeless music. Little Brother and Chaundon are 'So Cold'." Always down to make dope joints as a team, this latest installment is no different.

Look out for the official video for "Curtain Call" and some exclusive behind the scenes footage from the shoot coming soon. Little Brother's fourth and final album, LeftBack, will be available April 20, 2010 via Hall Of Justus.

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