The Clubhouse with Sene

The Clubhouse Remix Frank Ocean

The Clubhouse "Super Slick Kids" Frank Ocean "Super Rich Kids" Remix

For those of you who don’t know, The Clubhouse is a Brooklyn based studio/collective that has been responsible for some of the most creative music that has been released as of late. From the collaboration project Recess with Sene, to working with Homeboy Sandman and Freddie Gibbs, the collective has created beautiful music on numerous occasions—as well as quality visuals provided by key members like director/producer Pace Rivers. The latest piece of evidence that proves The Clubhouse honors quality>quantity, comes from their brand-new remix of Frank Ocean’s “Super Rich Kids” off his recent Channel Orange album. The Clubhouse provides a beautiful all-instrumental rendition of the soulful track, which leaves the listener in a indescribable trance. Check out the remix, “Super Slick Kids” below as well as the original Frank Ocean track. To learn more about The Clubhouse check out theclubcasa.com

THE CLUBHOUSE CREDITS
Andrew Reid – Vocals, Drum Programming, Synth Bass
Cooper Heffley – Drums
Jay White – Bass
Brad Williams – Guitar
Clynt Yerkes – Trumpet
Andrea Rodriguez – Trombone
Sly5thAve – Sax, Flute, Keys
Mixed by: Nolan Thies
Cover Art by Aaronisnotcool

THE CLUBHOUSE “SUPER SLICK KIDS” (FRANK OCEAN COVER OF “SUPER RICH KIDS”

FRANK OCEAN FEAT. EARL SWEATSHIRT “SUPER RICH KIDS”

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