GRiZ, Ganja White Night release colorful Ebo-created music video for ‘Ease Your Mind’ [WATCH]
When GRiZ and Ganja White Night first announced they were collaborating last summer, fans got countless video teasers of the artists trading sounds back and forth. When the Denver-based funk master and Belgian tribal/riddim heroes finally released the highly-anticipated ID, back on March 12, the tune is now officially called “Ease Your Mind.” To follow up with the popular SubCarbon release, GRiZ and the boys of Ganja White Night have released a colorful visual accompaniment that adds a whole new dimension to the sound.
“Ease Your Mind” is animated by Belgian street artist My Name Is Ebo, who is famously known for being the visual guru behind all of the artwork for Ganja White Night and their SubCarbon imprint. The official animation show Mr. B and Mr. Wobble, two familiar characters from the GRiZ and Ganja White Night animated universes, taking a psychedelic trip through space and time with music as the vessel.
It was only a matter of time when the wobble-ridden funky-fresh collaboration between the three would see the light of day. The idea to produce a track together spawned after a chance meeting at MysteryLand, one of Ganja White Night’s first US festival performances. As creative energy continued to flow, Ganja White Night’s roots in dubstep and reggae proved to align perfectly with GRiZ’s array of sonic instrumentation to create bass music’s next anthem.
GRiZ and Ganja White Night have established themselves as iconic figures in the bass music community, reigning among the most innovative artists in the scene. “Ease Your Mind” exemplifies this to the fullest with its layers of energetic saxophone, groovy synth sounds, tuneful guitar loops, and bass-fueled drops meshed into a seamless final product.
GRiZ x Ganja White Night – Ease Your Mind (Official Music Video)
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