Amorphous is at it again. The DJ/producer, who is a master of music mashups, has a new hit on his hands. On Saturday (Dec. 11) night, Amorphous took to Twitter to share a clip of his latest mix, which features tracks by Victoria Monét and Missy Elliott.
“.@victoriamonet’s ‘big boss’ meets @missyelliott’s ‘the rain (supa dupa fly),” he tweeted.
The tweet has been retweeted over 2,500 times and currently has 13,500 likes. Missy and Monét have already commented on the mashup, as well.
Missy tweeted: “Ayyyyye Zone out!!!” Then Monét responded, “ilysm!!!” Amorphous later chimed in, tweeting his affection for both artists. “i love y’all both dearly! words can’t express how much both of you inspire me. the light and kindness in both of your hearts shines so bright,” he wrote.
Amorphous, born Jimir Reece Davis, shared the full mashup for fans via YouTube on Sunday (Dec. 12). In the description, he explained how he created the mix and discussed his studio session with Monét and her family.
“earlier in the year, i had a studio session with the incredible victoria monét, her mother, and her little baby hazel. we didn’t get anything done though because the whole time i kept expressing how ‘big boss’ needed to be a full song! all jokes aside, this is just a little idea that came to me last night,” he wrote. “felt like some 90s timbaland drums could really fit and elevate the energy of ‘big boss‘. i kept some of the looping/vocals choppy to give it a bit of a timbaland ‘sample’ feel. as always, hope y’all enjoy!”
As REVOLT reported, the up-and-coming DJ dropped his debut EP Things Take Shape in July. It featured Brandy, Kelly Rowland, Kehlani, and James Fauntleroy, among other artists.
Listen to Amorphous’ new jam below:
— amorphous (@loneamorphous) December 12, 2021
love y'all both dearly! words can't express how much both of you inspire me. the light and kindness in both of your hearts shines so bright. ❤️
— amorphous (@loneamorphous) December 12, 2021
Much love to you @VictoriaMonet keep goin up⬆️🙌🏾🔥
— Missy Elliott (@MissyElliott) December 12, 2021
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