Track: Bronx Slang are wise to wonder what will become of ‘Jane’

FABYL’S no-messin’ duo Bronx Slang have been bringing us the B-boy flow on a regular basis, track by track, news bulletin by news bulletin, across the past few months; dropping in to remind us with last October’s excellent mixtape, the clear-eyed flow and crisp breaks of “Just Say No” in March, last month’s tough “Happens A Lot” – all keeping us focused, real, aware; and they’re back with a lighter, more playful groove, “Jane”, out yesterday, featuring Douglas ‘SA’ Martinez of Omaha, Nebraska rockers 311.

Jerry and Ollie let a little light in with that light playground-chantin’ hook, the light organ groove – an upbeat break – but they’ve got the street lowdown on a tale of Jane, playing out her own personal fairy story with a little too much pollyanna positivity and not enough smarts for that particular side of the tracks – “the same plain Jane we always knew … she’ll never go back and start from scratch.”

Bronx Slang’s second album arrives in August with Fake Blood and Jadell at the production helm.

Bronx Slang’s “Jane” is out now on all digital streaming platforms via Fabyl.

Keep your ears to the ground for their second full-length album later in the year: follow Bronx Slang on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.

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