Last week we were approached with what seems like a really cool video series concept. UK creatives Classique's idea is to take two artists, throw them in a studio for the day and film the collaboration as they make a new track together. For the pilot, the lucky guinea pigs were Futurecop! and grime trio RRA (Random Robot Army).
This is what the producer Spike (that name rings a bell) had to say:
I love Futurecop!, the music they make is just so fresh and inspired that they were the obvious choice for the pilot of our new series.
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