Spree Wilson, one of the innovative singer/songwriters coming out of the ATL, is preparing to release a project with producers The Flush. The production team consisting of Jeron Ward, Go Dreamer, Rick Walkk has worked with Wilson to create Life In Technicolor, an EP inspired by summer vibes and ‘90s Atlanta bass music. Many of the locals appreciate this era of music and they plan on channeling the greats—Kilo Ali, KP & Envy, So So Def Bass All Stars and more—in the EP.
The first single, “Right One|Wrong Time," is a vintage throwback to the era. Ward is behind the boards and laces up a blend of light drums and a piano weaving through a bassline. It sets up Wilson’s lyrics nicely about meeting a couple of dime pieces who aren't really looking for love. The song sounds perfect for your weekend escapades. Look out for Life In Technicolor dropping soon.
Listen: Spree Wilson "Right One|Wrong Time"
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