Last week, Flatbush, Brooklyn’s Fleego dropped his latest single “Quarantana” – a fun, upbeat, bass-heavy track accompanied by a fun, tropical visual that imagines a place where lockdowns and quarantine are a thing of the past. Forget quarantine, it’s time for “Quarantana”!
Fleego’s latest single, “Quarantana” – produced by frequent collaborator Muddi Gold – is fun, unique sounding, and the perfect display of the distinct sonic lane Fleego has been developing – an upbeat, party-ready sound that makes use of melody and voice effects while still holding on to that gritty Gangtivity confidence and unmistakable Brooklyn swag.
The polished, Half-Past directed video for “Quarantana” follows the hometown hero living his best life on what looks like a lengthy stay in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula – handling business, mingling with the locals, and decked out in exclusive drip as usual.
The new single serves as a preview for what’s to come. Fleego has been busy hatching a plan with founding member of the ASAP Mob, ASVP Illz – along with a super interesting group of innovative, boundary-pushing NYC cool kids you can find roaming the Lower East Side, specifically Orchard Street – for a collaborative tape to debut their new sound; channeling their eclectic tastes and gritty, New York energy to push the NYC sound forward. The tape, titled “Words Can’t Explain” is set to drop late in July (any day now).
In addition to being a key member of this new movement, Fleego is clearly a force in his own right. Get a sneak peak at what you can expect on the project with the new “Quarantana” video below – and be sure to check out Fleego’s other recent releases “Get More” and “What We On” feat. Bam Vito.
As everyone starts to come back outside this summer, forget quarantine it’s time for “Quarantana”!