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Trap Lovers - Interview w/ Dark Polo Gang

We had a little chat with Tony, Wayne and Pyrex regarding the upcoming album

Trap Lovers - Interview w/ Dark Polo Gang We had a little chat with Tony, Wayne and Pyrex regarding the upcoming album

I bet that after a few days from the release of Trap Lovers, the new album by Dark Polo Gang to be release this friday, there will surely be someone saying "Well, they are not the kids of Sportswear anymore".

Well it is true, the Dark Polo Gang have changed and they and Trap Lovers is the musical mirror of their journey. There is no more Dark Side, the lyrics are more melancholic and the beats are way more various (in the first track Cambiare Adesso there is even an acoustic guitar!).
Well now you don't have to expect a pop album, the Dark remains at the forefront of the Italian trap scene and the success of British - already disco di Platino with 11 million views on YouTube and 21 million streams on Spotify - is there to testify that soul of the Dark Polo has not changed.

Trap Lovers is the first true album of the Dark Polo Gang, produced by Newtopia, Fedez's label. The album was recorded in Los Angeles, Milan, and Rome, and was produced by Sick Luke and Michele Canova Iorfida, one of the most important producers in the Italian scene, with collaborations Tiziano Ferro, Giorgia, Elisa, Jovanotti, Michele Bravi, Marco Mengoni. Among the 11 tracks on the album, it is noted Uomini e Donne sees the collaboration of Chris Nolan to production.

nss magazine went with Youssef Giga to the studio of Universal Music in Milan and we had a chat with Tony, Wayne, and Pyrex on the new album, the new collaboration with PUMA and the new punchline after brrrrrrrritish.

credits nss factory