Ric Wilson and Terrace Martin have united for a collaborative EP titled They Call Me Disco. The project arrives just weeks after the two delivered the project’s lead single “Chicago Bae” featuring BJ The Chicago Kid.
Entirely produced by the Grammy-nominated artist, Martin continues to showcase his retro-fueled backbone with a contemporary twist to funk and R&B grooves. “The disco-inspired funk never stops,” notes Wilson. “Me and Terrace wanted to make something people can move to and free themselves.” Martin equally added that “this record is a beautiful reminder the disco never stops. Keep smiling, keep dancing, and keep loving.”
Wilson blends seamlessly alongside Martin’s velvety beats, delivering his own silky vocal layers across the six-track project. The EP includes everything from slow-paced jams like “Before You Let Go” to party tracks like “Move Like This,” ultimately delivering a variety of joyful, soul-filled songs that are perfect for these trying times.
Stream Ric Wilson and Terrace Martin’s They Call Me Disco EP below.
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