The Stones Throw duo reunited last night for their first performance in over two years.
Taking the stage together (for the first time in over two years) in a smoke-and neon-filled room, the duo performed three songs from their debut album, Yes Lawd, including “Scared Money,” “Lyk Dis,” and “Suede.” But just after the opener, the group debuted a smoldering new track, “Where I Go,” adding another laidback cut to their collaborative catalog. The new song arrives as anticipation builds for a follow-up to their 2016 breakout project, which is reportedly already on the way, according to a recent interview with .Paak.
.Paak and Knx previously reunited earlier this year on “itkanbesonice” from the producer’s sophomore studio album, 1988, which was released in April via Stones Throw. That track recently received a vinyl-exclusive remix from Knx, pressed to a picture-disc 7-inch single cut into cartoon versions of the duo. It’s available to pre-order now, but will begin shipping out at the top of 2021. Meanwhile, Knx’s beat tape campaign is still raging on Bandcamp and shows no signs of slowing down. Head over to his page to try and keep up with the drops.
You can watch NxWorries’ full performance from Double Happiness Festival below or jump to the 2:20 mark for the debut of their new song “Where I Go.” No word on when the song will get an official release. Hold tight for updates in the weeks and months ahead.