Bad Rabbits Take Their Funk To The Court w/ Anthemic New Single "How High" (prod. Teddy Riley)
Bad Rabbits are on a roll, y’all. Earlier this month, the Bostonian funk bandits hipped us to another one their blazing Teddy Riley collaborations in “Way With Words” and today we’re getting another dose of that high-powered creative kinship with Virginia’s resident super-producer on “How High.” Despite its borrowing a title from Mef & Red’s silver screen debut, this here is a sobering shot of go-go-ish, straightforward fawnkin’ for you to get live with. And it’s hefty, fam. With a six-string strut and big, bold horns ablaze, it’s no wonder they’re getting spins in the NBA playoff rotation. The track stems from their forthcoming full-length, a follow-up to 2014’s Dusted EP, where they will showing off collaborations with James Fauntleroy and others. Strap up the high-tops and put on Bad Rabbits’ latest joint “How High.” Stream it and read a word on the track from drummer Sheel Davé below.
“If you remember the “no-see-dee” slam that won Dee Brown the 1991 NBA All-Star Dunk Contest in Charlotte, NC, this would have been the song that was going through his head when he was mid-air. It’s also the song that would’ve been going through Shaq’s head when he shattered his first glass backboard. Guaranteed.”