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Barrio Brothers Introducing Their Soothing Track "Sittin Thinkin"

Introducing upcoming duo the Barrio Brothers In 1988, Los Angeles was a city of champions. The Lakers made good on Pat Riley's promise to repeat, Kirk Gibson powered the Dodgers to a World Series win, and The Great One, Wayne Gretzky, left snowy Canada to come skate with the Kings. Amid that energy, the Barrio Brothers were born, each seeking their own title, a heavenly reward they could see spelled out in the city's name. Years later, when Brian Quezada and Rich Gonzalez crossed paths and began collaborating, magic happened once again, flows merging more seamlessly than the sprawling freeways. Brian is once-in-a-generation wordsmith, honing cerebral poetry into sharp rhymes that leave listeners with whiplash, while Rich brings the multi-instrumental mastery, channeling a jazz background to craft beats unlike anything you've ever heard. Their self-titled EP is just the beginning, and yet each song sounds like a favorite you've been bumping for years, cruising down Washington or hitting up the legendary pastor truck at 5th and Vermont. In uncertain times, the duo are ready to show you exactly who they are, with a new single and EP ready to launch 2021 to new heights and bring the game back to the barrio. Following the release of their newest single "Sittin Thinkin" they project a very soothing track that will surely captivate your ears. Starting the track with a chill laid back beat leading onto their luscious and smooth vocals they complete the track entirely. Explaining the track further it's about being alone within your thoughts, thinking about life overall and things you want to accomplish, as well as the struggles you have faced and figuring out of ways to conquer everything you want. This track would be perfect for a late night drive or watching the sunset by the beach. To the production and the vocals this track will definitely intrigue you. Go stream "Sittin Thinkin" and check out their discography which is filled with outstanding tracks.



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