Los Angeles producer Kyle McCammon continues to cultivate collaboration with his project Plus, sharing his latest single “The End (El Final)” which features both Mexican-American artist Monogem and rapper Nige Hood. With Plus supplying the song’s industrial beats and concussive sonics, “The End (El Final)” is a multilayered pump-up track.
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Like previous singles, such as the summer banger “Love I Found” (feat. Tyler Mann), Plus has as much talent for piecing together unparalleled beats as he does for bringing together incredible artists. On “The (El Final),” Charlotte folk rapper Nige Hood spits bars filled with sage wisdom in every verse. And in between his smoldering words, the ethereal cries of Monogem fill the spaces between the song’s shuddering electronica.
Monogem has long been a favorite here at Grimy Goods and she’s a powerful presence on the new song. Her haunting cries alternate with Nige Hood’s biting lyricism as the two trade vocals, their voices resounding in the sonorous echo chamber of Plus’ creation.
He may not yet have an EP or LP out yet but Plus still has a number of superb singles that feature other collaborators — like last year’s “Feel So Heavy” (feat. Son Little) or “Want It All” (feat. ZOLA). Plus has made it a point to find other artists with whom he can create the kind of enrapturing soundscapes that make songs like “The End (El Final)” so damn captivating.
Listen to Plus’ new single “The End (El Final)”
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Monogem will be playing at the Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival on June 5. Visit Monogem’s website, Twitter, and Instagram.
Keep up with Nige Hood via his Instagram.