Minneapolis Rap Group FREEWIFI Drops Video For “Took Off”
Our friends at Rostrum Records have a new album to celebrate! Minneapolis trio FREEWIFI released their album Connected today and BOSSIP is excited to premiere their new video for the first single, “Took Off.”
Here’s more on the song:
FREEWIFI starts 2018 off right with the feel-good, relatable track “Took Off” that celebrates the progress Daddy Dinero, J. Plaza and Tha Rift have made over the past year since signing with Rostrum Records.
Daddy Dinero elaborates on the song’s inspiration. “I was driving around going through beats, enjoying life over a Backwood,” he explains. “Immediately when the beat came on, the first phrase that came from my mouth was, ‘Damn, I just took off.’ I went home and laid it down. I wrote the hook around our current situation. Life is great. Creating our own lane elevated us to the next level. As a result, we took off and don’t plan on slowing down. I played it for the rest of the group and they thought it banged, so they hopped in the booth and killed that shit.”
Produced by Beldondidthat, “Took Off” is the group’s latest single that follows “Ego,” “Salsa,” “Throw It” and “Ghost.” All of the songs will appear on Connected, the trio’s forthcoming Rostrum Records debut to be released on February 2.
Their unique sound is shaped from a collaboration of each members’ distinct lyrical style. “We come up with some concepts individually, but mostly we’re in the studio together,” the group says. “We just vibe and run off of each other’s ideas. You never know what to expect from FREEWIFI.”
FREEWIFI will also perform at Minneapolis Fine Line Music Cafe on February 24 for an event hosted by Go 95.3 Minneapolis.
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