A lot is going on in the greater Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia area. Not long ago, Wale wrapped up his most recent tour at the Fillmore Silver Spring. Shortly thereafter, Alex Vaughn, Ari Lennox, Rico Nasty and Wale took the stage at Broccoli City Festival. Now, Pharrell and company are preparing to bring Something In The Water to the nation’s capital in June. In the midst of all that is happening, new music continues to drop. Sam Drew of THEY. recently appeared on Kendrick Lamar’s Mr. Morale and The Big Steppers and The Ppl have followed up with “Bawdy Language.”
The Ppl’s most recent track, “Bawdy Language,” sounds like a Saturday night on Florida Avenue or U Street. Powered by the the smooth vocals of Tre, the playful drums and upbeat energy that the track gives off is infectious.
“I don’t know you, but I want to,” Tre sings.
If this song sounds familiar to those unfamiliar with the work of The Ppl, it’s probably because the rhythm of the track is fun in Wale and Pusha T’s “The Deep End” from the 2014 project, Festivus. Nearly a decade later, the sound that The Ppl crafted lives on. Check out “Bawdy Language” below.