Bristol's GotSome, aka Adam Gorsky, is fast becoming the go-to guy when it comes to reviving the hip-house movement. His remix of Kanye's "Fade" went stratospheric, dominating the radio waves and playlists for months after its initial drop. Now he's back with a pure GotSome production, "Plastic On Acid".
The new single drops tomorrow, May 31, via Ultra Music and features the big and bold vocal talents of New York heroine Roxanne Shante. Making full use of Shante's knack for switching effortlessly between rapping and singing, Gorsky backs that up with a drum-heavy, bass-led house banger with squelchy acid licks thrown in as the track peaks. Shamelessly fun, "Plastic On Acid" is the perfect calling card for the Bristol DJ and producer.
Speaking with Complex via email, Gorsky told us: "I spent the day listening to old Fast Eddie and Tyree Cooper records and watching Juice Crew videos from the late '80s. Then I locked myself in the studio for a few days with a 303 and this is what happened. Also that night I had a mad dream about working with Roxanne Shante after watching her documentary film. Dreams can come true! Here's 'Plastic On Acid' — bringing hip-house back for 2019."