For a second let’s drop the dnb, the wubs, the four to the floor, glitch and straight funk and we’d still have that deep soul and feel that Shlohmo and Jeremih remind us of so well. Shlohmo’s downtempo, minimal bass beats blend so well with the smooth R&B singer’s voice, youd think this relatively new partnership has gone back. Yet, the duo only became soul mates with the single “Bo Peep (Do U Right)” in 2013 consequence of Shlohmo’s remix of Jeremih’s “Fuck You All the Time.”
“No More” is another testament to this R&B, electronic mix, allowing Shlohmo’s imaginative skills as a producer to bring something creative to contemporary R&B, bringing yet another genre to close ties with the expansive world of the electric. Shlohmo and Jeremih know they work well together; “No More” is the peek into their collaborative EP and I can’t wait to hear more of this future soul.