You can learn a lot from people by the way they choose to spend their summer. But being a notoriously elusive bunch, Monster Jinx artists might not be that easy to track.
Thankfully — for those of you curious out there — they got tasked to do a song about it. Seems like the Great Purple Monster designed an MJ themed beach ball and matching trunks to hook all of ya’ll for the summer and needed some music to go along with it.
So here’s our compilation for your summer days. And feel free to guess what each artist’s summer song is actually about. As a bonus, we’ll share some of homie Stray’s bets about it with you. According to him:
“DarkSunn’s track is about going full Jamaican on your co-workers as you step out for your holidays, finger pistols blazing all the way out the building”.
“Ghost Wavvves did a track about riding candy painted Cadillacs on Streets of Rage. You know he makes the “G” on “G-Funk” stand for “Gaming”.
“J-K’s track is about that single shady bar that’s always open on weeknights on your block”.
“Maria’s track is about getting denied by homegirl at the pool party and trying to play it like you too good for that biatch, anyway.”
“Raez’s i think is actually literally about a drone in the sky. Like he saw a drone in the sky and got like ‘yo, this is inspiring me to make a song’.”
“E.A.R.L.’s track is definitely about being denied entry at the club ‘cause you ugly, son. Still, you party outside, half devastated, half fuck it we ballin’.”
“NO FUTURE’s about some #deepshit that probably revolves around how he feels about sportswear."
“Taseh’s is about what he thinks to himself on summer nights, as he stands in a balcony looking over the city somewhere, and contemplates the meaning of existence/wishes Drake would hop on his beats.”
“dgtldrmr’s is all about the nostalgic feeling of playing Tony Hawk Pro Skater 2 all night on summer vacations back in 2001.”
Enjoy your summer.
We got our Purple Water Swim Trunks and Beach Ball here.
Affectionate sex. That’s what this EP is about. Even if it’s named “KETAMINE”.
Monster Jinx’s eerie producer and Red Bull Music Academy 2016’s alumnus Ghost Wavvves is back with a new release that’s set to take you on a different kind of a ride. A sentimental one.
Over the duration of the three tracks that make up the project, you’ll be guided through evocations of emotional investment that could be easily mistaken for lust, chords of blissful joy that could go sour any moment and just an over-all feeling of sentimental overattachement or extreme disengagement. A clusterfuck of modern day romance, basically.
It sounds better than this sounds, trust us. And give Ghost Wavvves a pass. You know he’s bleed for this one.