Like fellow Oxnard, California natives Madlib and Anderson .Paak, Cola Boyy comes from a mixed black and white musical heritage. His music spans diverse influences: think of the Ghetto Brothers’ peace-seeking fusion of rock, soul and Latino music mixed with the stylish energy of Studio 54 and the timeless harmonies and wry poetry of Paul McCartney. Now Cola Boyy (real name Matthew Urango) has dropped his brand new track ‘Penny Girl’ which filters Chic’s disco and Patrice Rushen’s grooves through the personality-filled leftfield experimentation of Mac DeMarco. It’s a powerhouse of a track in which Cola Boyy’s distinctive vocal – expressive, soulful and quite unlike anybody else – relates a narrative about a crime-of-passion. “Penny Girl” is a funky affair with top notch instrumentation, check out the record below:
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