Eso.Xo Supreme’s relentless ambition to create gave us a new project entitled Monsters earlier this month. With production from previous collaborators including Stewart Villain and YoungFrenchy 808, plus new the introduction of Retro1, this cohesive unit sets a beautiful mood throughout Monsters. The vibes luring over the spacey, chill, downtempo beats provide a dark backdrop from Eso’s dark love songs. Monsters was inspired by the tragic tale of love and loss, highs and lows, the episodic motions through a relationship.
Combining these emotions and channeling them back out through the music, Eso.Xo’s take on the matter makes for a well crafted EP and a phenomenal first project. Produced by frequent collaborator YoungFrenchy 808, ‘Do It‘ gives a minimal soundscape for Eso.Xo to put the finishing touches on the EP with a great bounce and anthemic hook. The content aims to strike a chord with the love that chooses to leave and what the next lover will not be.
An intoxicating single of it’s own, Supreme connects with director Thomas Dierkx to bring the track’s story line to life. Opening up dark and mysterious, ‘Do It‘ quickly shifts tones, matching the colors on the screen with the emotions of the music effortlessly. The thrill of the chase is what seems to excite Eso.Xo.Supreme the most, whether it be the fast cars or the fast women, Xo is definitely in the driver’s seat of this trip. Closer to a motion picture film than a music video, ‘Do It‘ is hypnotizing with incredible filmography at the hands of Dierikx.
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