NoMBe “Reimagines” Debut Album With Remixes From RAC, Louis Futon, Maths Time Joy & More!

NoMBe just “reimagined” his debut album They Might’ve Even Loved Me. 

 

Featuring remixes, flips and collaborations from Skott, slenderbodies, IHF, Topaz Jones, Møme, Mikky Ekko, RAC, XYLØ, Big Data, Sublime With Rome, Young & Sick, Vérité, Transviolet, Maths Time Joy, Thutmose, Youngr, Louis Futon, and like, still, ten more. This reimagined album is jam-packed with feature-filled jams, ranging in feels and genre. Some standout tracks from They Might’ve Even Loved Me (Re:Imagination) include slenderbodies, Jacquie, and Geneva White‘s reimagining of Tasty! Jam “Eden” (aka “Eden 2.0”), RAC, XYLØ, and Big Data’s take on “Drama”, “Drama 2.0”, and Louis Futon’s “Sex On Drugs 2.0”, but the album as a whole is an extremely interesting listen, flaunting collabs you may have never seen coming and may never see again.  You can find “Eden 2.0” from NoMBe, slenderbodies, Jacquie, and Geneva White on our Tasty! Jams playlists for March.

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