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Sebastian Mikael Releases ‘I C U U C ME Pt. II’

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Sebastian Mikael Releases ‘I C U U C ME Pt. II’
By ATL Digital

After releasing his I C U U C ME EP last December, Sebastian Mikael returns with the second installment.

For the seven-track EP, Mikael teams up with Frankie Leroux again on the production tip. He also recruits his part-one collaborator $ean Wire for a cryptic, yet ironic tune titled “Rain.”

“I C U U C ME PART II was a bit of an emotional roller coaster,” Mikael told Rated R&B. “It was a very personal project. When I write songs it has to be personal and honest. It becomes a very therapeutic process.”

Additionally, Mikael premiered an ingenious music video for “Acid Pt. II.” In the video, the hipster and his band are seen dressed in funkadelic clothing as they play the earthy groove. Mikael previously released a version of “Acid” with $ean Wire in 2016.

Stream I C U U C ME Pt. II below.

  • After releasing his I C U U C ME EP last December, Sebastian Mikael returns with the second installment. For the seven-track EP, Mikael teams up with Frankie Leroux again on the production tip.
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on April 8, 2019 - 10:00am

After releasing his I C U U C ME EP last December, Sebastian Mikael returns with the second installment.

For the seven-track EP, Mikael teams up with Frankie Leroux again on the production tip. He also recruits his part-one collaborator $ean Wire for a cryptic, yet ironic tune titled “Rain.”

“I C U U C ME PART II was a bit of an emotional roller coaster,” Mikael told Rated R&B. “It was a very personal project. When I write songs it has to be personal and honest. It becomes a very therapeutic process.”

Additionally, Mikael premiered an ingenious music video for “Acid Pt. II.” In the video, the hipster and his band are seen dressed in funkadelic clothing as they play the earthy groove. Mikael previously released a version of “Acid” with $ean Wire in 2016.

Stream I C U U C ME Pt. II below.

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