Here Are 16 Reasons To Obsess Over 88RISING's "Head In The Clouds II" Album
Over the weekend, 88rising unveiled its latest crew album Head In The Clouds II which we would describe in an emoji as 💯. The record arrived less than two months since the Head in the Clouds Festival's successful second showing last August.
For the new project, 88's core crew of Rich Brian, Joji, NIKI, AUGUST 08 and Higher Brothers teamed up with Swae Lee (of Rae Sremmurd), Major Lazer, Jackson Wang, GoldLink, Phum Viphurit, GENERATIONS (of EXILE TRIBE), Chung Ha, Stephanie Poetri, Don Krez, Rhyme So, and Barney Bones. The result Is a 16-track addictive mastepiece that needs your undivided attention. Check them out below.
There's no better road trip companion than "These Nights"!
"Strange Land" will definitely haunt you in your sleep.
Warning: "Need Is Your Love" is on a supernatural type of lovin'.
"Tequila Sunrise" demands to be heard!
Dance first, think later with "Walking."
Excuse us while we play "Breathe" on repeat for the rest of the day.
Just when we thought we can't possibly open our hearts, "Shouldn't Couldn't Wouldn't" had us falling in love all over again.
Hoping and praying they play "Just Used Music Again" the next time we're in the club.
Surprisingly, "Indigo" reminds us of the new heavily trap-based Ariana Grande era.
We're not kidding, "Hopscotch" will have you locking and popping in no time.
Who said you can't name a song... "Calculator"?
"La La Lost You" is required listening for when you want to be put out of your misery.
We couldn't understand 90% of "Hold Me Down" but the hook is still fire.
Jackson hops on the newest "I Love You 3000 II" remix.
Rich Brian and Higher Brothers flaunt their riches in "2 The Face."
"Gold Coast" deserves a spot in your favorite playlist.