Canadian rap duo The Airplane Boys deliver stormer 'Nightcap' to ignite the summer season
APB (The Airplane Boys) is a Canadian rap duo fronted by Mannie Serranilla and Jason Drakes. They now unveil their blazing hot new hip-hop and pop offering ‘Nightcap’ ahead of their forthcoming EP, LHATE LOVE, slated for release later this summer.
APB (The Airplane Boys) has been touring and performing internationally for over a decade, opening for high-profile acts like Kanye West, Kendrick Lamar, Snoop Dogg, J. Cole and Big Sean. They have performed at festivals like Coachella, Osheaga, SXSW, and Paradise International Music Festival, and have secured licensing deals with lifestyle brands (Adidas), and TV shows and networks (ESPN, Nikita, CSI). They have released five projects, to date, and have collaborated with artists like Illangelo, Diplo, Twista, and Jessie Reyez. Be sure to check out their music.
Their latest offering 'Nightcap' is an irresistible track, taking the essence of hip-hop and blending it with pop vibes that will make just about anyone bounce. An absolute banger from the first beat, the song oozes energy, seduction and charm. The vivacious 808 and drum contribution, plus an energising bass and synth offering, on top of raspy rap-based verses and swaggering rhythms all converge to unleash a sense of untamed freedom and the artists’ undeniable, unbridled creativity.
Commenting on the track, The Airplane Boys said:
“Toast to the nights that go later than you planned,”
Drawing inspiration from the wild nights spent hosting epic late-night parties at a friend's restaurant, the boys of APB knew they had to bottle that raw energy and unleash it through their music. As soon as their producer dropped the beat, they knew they had something special brewing. The result? 'Nightcap', a track that captures the euphoria of celebration and elevates it to new heights.
APB is redefining the game with their unique sound and undeniable swagger. Stay tuned for the drop of 'Nightcap', a track that will actually wind you up and keep the party going all night.
'Nightcap' is out on streaming platforms now, check it out below: