If you’re unfamiliar with Highest Basement Collective, it’s time to get in tune. One of our highest viewed posts on flowsfordays was our spotlight piece on the Philly family. We spoke to every official member, and included their music and photos. One of the most outspoken in the interview was Lord Trippy. While he didn’t have any music out at the time, he was confident he would bring a unique sound to HBC.
His debut, FNF, is a song to mob to. Once Lord Trippy performs this on stage, I wouldn’t be surprised if a mosh pit ensues shortly after. It’s purely a turn up song…and there’s nothing wrong with that. Sonically, FNF is full of echoing keys and thunderous 808s, thanks to production from fellow HBC member Brandon Clarke. There is no doubt that LT will continue to prove how valuable he is to the collective.
*I originally heard a snippet of FNF on Riley’s SnapChat, and hit him up right away to learn more. Riley is “a jack of all trades to HBC” including: manager, booking agent, videographer, graphic design, photographer, and publicist.