See You Next Year 2 Continues with Deb Never and Love Spells’ “Dope Sick”

Compilation Album Releasing on April 5, 2024

Emerging from the eclectic landscape of genre-bending music, Deb Never and Love Spells unleash their latest single “Dope Sick,” the third installment from their collaborative project See You Next Year 2. With Deb Never’s boundary-pushing vocals and Love Spells’ seamless fusion of indie and R&B vibes, “Dope Sick” takes listeners on a journey through a sonic landscape rich with string and drum-heavy arrangements, leaning towards rock influences.

Crafted amidst the creative energy of Rick Rubin’s famed Shangri-La studio, “Dope Sick” captivates with its soulful delivery and mesmerizing melodies. The track’s dynamic instrumentation, coupled with Deb Never’s emotive vocals, showcases a fresh and innovative approach to contemporary music.

As the anticipation for See You Next Year 2 continues to build, “Dope Sick” serves as a testament to the collaborative spirit driving the project forward. Scheduled for release on April 5, 2024, the album promises to push boundaries and redefine the musical landscape with contributions from a diverse array of artists.

See You Next Year 2 is an eccentric compilation album of hip-hop, alternative, and indie music, featuring Kenny Mason, Paris Texas, Monte Booker and other buzzing artists to watch. The album is set to be released by Pigeons & Planes and indie label Big.Ass.Kids via Warner Music Group’s ADA Worldwide. It follows See You Next Year 1 which was executive produced by Mike Dean, featuring Teezo Touchdown and Fana Hues who both went on to have breakout years in 2023.

Are you rocking with Deb Never and Love Spell’s latest, “Dope Sick”? Excited for the full project?

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