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Cobble ends his ‘October’ with a dreamy composition paired with staccato vocal samples

Take a load off and listen to Cobble’s new record described as “future-facing Hip-Hop”.

 

Cobble's cover art for 'October'
Photo: Courtesy of the artist

Born in Portsmouth—a port city in Hampshire, England, and raised in Singapore, Cobble shares an extravagant beat titled, ‘October’. It’s the end of the month, but the skilled creator took his time to serve up some warm synths, reorganised vocals, and whatever else Saam Jafarzadeh takes a liking to, to create something new. Without further ado, take a load off and listen to Cobble’s new record described as “future-facing Hip-Hop” by the Liverpool-based Anglo-Iranian producer below.


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