Brooklyn native Eli Sostre has been on fire lately. After releasing his debut project, Still Up All Night, last week as well as a loose single to accompany it, the singer/rapper is back with the infectious new track, “Still Up in LA“, an ode to a late night in the city of angels.
Produced by frequent collaborators Soriano and Blair Norf, the latter of which is known for his contributions to Freddie Gibbs, “Still Up in LA” is a wavy, synth heavy track that’s perfect for midnight car rides through the city. The track is in the same sonic realm as Sostre’s project was, but just further solidifies his choke hold on that sound.
Sostre’s status has been rising, as evidenced by the crowd knowing his songs word for word during his opening performing at fellow Neighborhood PhCK$ member Amir Obe‘s show in L.A. — presumably where he made the track — in which RESPECT. attended. The sky’s the limit for the Brooklyn native and we’re excited to see what comes next.
Check out, “Still Up in LA” below and be sure to listen to Sostre’s debut project, Still Up All Night, out now.
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