Watch A Stunning Teaser For Donnie Trumpet & The Social Experiment's "Nothing Came To Me" Starring Cara Delevingne
Donnie Trumpet's the go-to horn man, music director and curator of Chance The Rapper and The Social Experiment's forthcoming Surf LP, if you haven't caught the strong wind blowing from Chicago's full-bloom renaissance. Last night he (and the rest of Chicago's extended artistic family) dropped a stunningly shot clip for a track called "Nothing Came To Me," graced by Cara Delevigne, who was quickly become your favorite rapper's favorite muse over the last year (we see you P.) It's sparse, simple and rap-free. Not even words are uttered, just Delevigne's expression morphing from stoic brow furrowing to empowered and confident, as she makes her way to the stage to the tune of Trumpet's dizzying and moody horn arrangement. Certainly a change of pace from the exultant gospel-trap styles of "Sunday Candy," which is still getting plenty of burn 'round these parts, but it's a clip that's going to have you teeming with excitement for what's next from Chance, Donnie and the ensemble. Still no word on when Surf will be gracing the stage, but you know precisely where to get the goods. Hold tight and head over to Donnie's Twitter to peep the clip.