Montreal rapper Wasiu and producers Thomas White and WYLFN have whipped up a remix of Drake's "No Tellin'", flipping a sample from the original song's intro and warping their individual styles together for an untraditional track.
The trio came together to add their own touch and emotional blend on the remix.
"My signature sound I'd say is emotional aerial, with pitched vocals, piano and the likes," Thomas White explained to Complex in their premiere post. "For WYLN; banging drums, sliding 808s and he added real percs he records himself."
"I'm repeating the words 'No Tellin'' in my head and I start to form a triple entendre with it," says Wasiu, who came into the studio mid-session and began developing a concept and writing his contribution for the remix.
"There's no tellin' as in no snitching, and if there is snitching then there's no tellin' what I'ma do. The other meaning to this no tellin' is how I'm gonna flow on it. I switched my flow a few times, so there's no tellin, it's unexpected what my flow is on here. Just like the sample says, 'had to switch the flow up for you niggas shit was getting too predictable.'"