Issa Rae’s record label Radio has officially released “Seduce and Scheme”, the fictional freestyle by Shawna and Mia from their new HBO Max series. Rap Sh! Teaas lead single from season 1 soundtrack, Board Especially learned Thursday (July 28).
, first two episodes of Rap Sh! Tea – Joe follows two high school friends Shawna (played by Aida Osman) and Mia (Kamilian), who reunite to form a women’s rap group in Miami – finding the two together while recording a track that A viral take on Khia’s “K-Wang” originated from the car freestyle. ” They filmed a drunken evening on Instagram Live. And today, on all digital and streaming platforms comes “Seduce and Scheme” for real.
“We knew we wanted to do a song that represented Shawna and Mia’s friendship. Those will be some of the things that come out about the season as well as the seduction and planning,” explains Radio President Benoni Tago. Board,
“Girl, you really got in over your head like that?” At the end of the pilot episode, Mia asks Shawna in shock. But Tago breaks down the actual backstory of the lead single and how “Seduces and Schemes” was actually conceived at Camp Radio, a Miami location series held for visiting singers, songwriters, and producers to work on the music. There is a series of writing camps. specifically for Rap Sh! Tea, While the two lead actresses will contribute a few more songs to the official soundtrack, the rest of the project will consist of original music from the writing camps.
“We knew we wanted to sample a Southern song by a female artist, but we couldn’t clear it at the time. We got to a point where we got Khiya’s ‘Ke-Wang’,” “Seduce & Scheme” tago. “It was a team effort: We had some writers, one of the writers was Pineapple Citi, who originally started the song. And then we brought in Drizzy, because we knew we wanted Drizzy to be Shawna throughout the season. represent the voice of
Adds Drizzy in one statement Board: “Before writing, I put myself in the character’s place. I portrayed them like they were City Girls! About a bag, confident, and slick on the mouth so I made sure the song came with that energy. Returns. “
While Drizzy acted as Shawna’s proxy, Osman’s character was eventually spit out on the screen, the radio team also asked the writers to write verses for Kamillion’s character, despite being a rapper in real life – “his real Separation between lives”. The artistry and the character that she carries,” explains Tago.
Watching an Instagram video of Shavna and Miya freestyle on a khiya beat while parked in the car film is reminiscent of Saveti’s real life in the music industry. Although the series is loosely based on the rise of its co-executive producer City Girls, who have a 2018 track called “rap shit”, Tago says Rap Sh! Tea Missy also takes inspiration from Elliot and Lil’ Kim — and taps real-life hitmakers.
Earl on the Beat – which has charted on Billboard Hot 100 hits such as City Girls’ “Act Up” and Lil Yachty’s “Oprah’s Bank Account”, featuring Drake and Dabi – was followed up with “Seduce and Scheme”. -with was recruited to produce Danza. Won a Grammy for his work with Justin Timberlake. “Danza was our local producer that we used to be in Miami. And most things you see on camera, Danza was the person who brought the characters into the studio and helped them put the songs together,” says Tago.
Regarding the various branches of Radio, he says, “The show is a great example of being an ‘audio everywhere’ company, which includes not only a record label joint venture with Atlantic Records, but also a music library, music supervising department, including publications. and live events. “We were able to come in and say, ‘We want to cover wherever there is audio, wherever there is music being played, radio wants to be the conduit for it. . And being able to have that music that plays in the background and that music is curated by us, but then to help create that music that the characters on the show are performing, is full radio effect. . ,
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Reference from www.billboard.com