Earlier this month, SPIN debuted Chicago rapper ProbCause's WAVES EP for stream and free download. The release followed the trap/juke-inspired "Chicago Style" single and video, as well as the Hood Internet's remix of the Chance the Rapper-featuring "LSD," and a 40-city tour with electro-pop duo Cherub. While on tour, ProbCause would travel home, often on Tuesdays and Wednesdays to attend classes at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where he just received his MFA for painting and drawing. Needless to say, it's been a busy few months for the MC that also designs his own cover art.
ProbCause's latest single, "Pale Moonlight," is a melancholy, jazz-infused soundscape that features trumpeter Donnie Trumpet and vocalist KSRA, with additional production by Wes P. "Jewels, brilliantine/Stardom and majesty/Like a king to riches, pursue the brilliant skin that's me/Cause I can't scream that loud - I'ma treasure - quiet like Chicago crowds," sings KSRA on the song's chorus. ProbCause explains, "she's basically talking about being out on the town, all done up and knowing that she's a queen whether other people know it or not. She's a quiet queen." The song has proven to be a fan favorite, having exceeded 80K listens on Soundcloud since the EP's release just two weeks ago.
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