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Video: Making of Louis Baker’s Music Academy 7-Inch

Video clip: The making of Louis Baker’s Red Bull Music Academy 7-inch record

The Red Bull Music Academy’s 7-inch record celebrates Louis’ time spent at the New York City edition of the Academy last year.

Following the recently released acoustic version of Just Want To Thank You, is the release of the A side co-produced with New Zealand-born, Brisbane based soul-singer and producer Jordan Rakei who features on BV’s and keys. This clip shows the making of the record. The full A side track will be released with the 7-inch when it drops in September.

“It’s basically a big boom bap, soul-style track with heavy drums, synths, bass, guitars, and stacks of vocal layers,” comments Baker.

For the full story visit redbullstudios.com.


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