WEEKEND MUSIC PT. 2: COBRAH

This playlist was created by multi-disciplinary, Swedish artist COBRAH.

Each week, OOR Studio reaches out to various artists, musicians, and those with all-around good taste to create a playlist for us to play within our offices. Of course we share the best ones with you! 

This playlist was created by multi-disciplinary, Swedish artist COBRAH.
“This playlist is what I would have wished somebody gave me when I was 12 years old. I basically just put all of my fave tunes in that have made an impact on me for the last 10 years. Like when I heard Ima read for the first time I became obsessed and stanned Zebra Katz so hard, I showed the video to all of my friends and as the Swedish suburban kid I was people just thought I was fucking weird, haha.  When I was 17 I used to practice voguing a lot and listen to Mike Q’s ’Let it all out’ EP all the time, especially on the bus on my way to the dance studio, I still put it on when I’m getting ready for a night out. Nowadays whenever I’m in the studio I always put on the music video for ’Bass inside’ by AC slater, not only is the song briliant but I highly recommend watching the video, it’s such A VIBE!”

Check out Cobrah and her music here!
All images: Courtesy of Ninja Hanna

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