Minneapolis-based producer Truancy (a.k.a. George Papagapitos) links up with WebsterX today for the first track off of his forthcoming, debut self-titled EP. "Queen" focuses on a woman who is a queen but wants to hide herself to everyone else—like, Lauryn Hill's "Don't be a hard rock when you really are a gem," motto. Truancy's production is chaotic, soulful and mixes in quite a bit of dub halfway through. It's interesting to hear WebsterX rap over the ethereal sounds but the two make a solid pair. You'll be able to see them perform together during Truancy's set at Summer Set Music Festival, more info here.
His self-titled EP drops later this summer. For now, stream "Queen" below: