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Warm Brew

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The Mission
Warm Brew
I Swear (feat. Buddy)
Warm Brew; Buddy
In the Car
Warm Brew
24 Pivot
Warm Brew
No Time (feat. Sir and Hugh Augustine)
Warm Brew; Sir; Hugh Augustine
Hallelujah (feat. Racella)
Warm Brew; Racella
Total Playing Time    27:23
Warm Brew's first label release, Diagnosis, was Red Bull Records' first foray into rap. At only six songs, it’s a brief introduction to the group’s oeuvre for those who may have missed out on their independent releases, of which there are almost no physical copies.

Their sound—contemporary, crepuscular G-funk—draws heavily from the LA gangster rap canon. But they’re not gangbangers, and G-funk’s “Golden Era” ended during their adolescence, so there’s more to their sound, too. Like most 20-somethings born in big cities, they were raised listening to a bit of everything; their interplay is borrowed from 213, their smart-assed tales of struggle and uplift from the Native Tongues, and their aspiration of being the only band that matters from The Clash.

Diagnosis maintained the group’s momentum, and, importantly, proved to their energy drink-peddling patrons that their hometown support was very, very real.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Red Bull Records Studio Masters

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