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Record Review: Chromeo — White Women

Electrofunk duo's latest is quite possibly their best.


White Women
Big Beat 

Longing for the days of fly girls, Prince, and Zack Morris? No worries, friends. Just head out and pick up a copy of Chromeo’s White Women. The fourth album from the Canadian electrofunk duo is quite possibly their best amalgamation, with instantly likable tracks like “Jealous (I Ain’t With It)” and “Fall Back 2U.” The album oozes with the warm, funky, synth-filled sound the boys are known for, and it’ll keep you dancing in your seat from start to finish. On cold winter days, it’ll remind you of better weather; in August, it’ll provide the perfect soundtrack to the dog days of summer.  


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