Saint John rapper Stephen Hero shares the second single from his recent collaboration with Motherhood’s Brydon Crain.
Stephen Hero continues to slowly release new music from his latest project, &BRYDONCRAIN, a collaboration that features words by Hero mixed with a series of quirky beat concoctions created by Motherhood guitarist Brydon Crain. On this latest track which comes packaged with eerily likeable video, Crain’s love for doo-wop can be heard beneath the subtle swing of the track’s dead-simple rhythm. It’s not your average hip hop track, but exactly what you’d expect to hear from two musicians who have always followed their own path.
New track from &BRYDONCRAIN will be released every few weeks. Dupe is the second single and comes roughly three weeks after the mid-July release of Screw Lose. Five tracks (and possibly five more videos) to follow. Keep your eyes and ears open.
Related: The first single from Stephen Hero and Brydon Crain’s “alt-rap Saint John poetry” collaboration has arrived.