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Music / March 10, 2021

Vegyn is taking you on a trip in ‘B4 The Computer Crash’

Vegyn by Zamar Velez
Music / March 10, 2021

Vegyn is taking you on a trip in ‘B4 The Computer Crash’

Words: Dylan Murphy

The glitched out cut comes ahead of his new EP Like A Good Old Friend.

In recent years, Vegyn has built a reputation as one of London’s most exciting and creative producers. Following collaborations with the likes of JPEGMAFIA, Frank Ocean, Kali Uchis and countless other trendsetters, he’s revealed yet another visual ahead of his solo EP Like A Good Old Friend.

‘B4 The Computer Crash’, lands ahead of the March 19 release of his EP and follows up the release of ‘I See You Sometimes’ that featured London rapper Jeshi.

A buzzy, glitched-out and highly textured cut, ‘B4 The Computer Crash’ lands courtesy of his own PLZ Make It Ruins Label.

Watch the video for ‘B4 The Computer Crash‘ below:

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