Listen to – Chocolate Puma — ‘Rebel On The Run’
Legendary Dutch Dance act Chocolate Puma Releases New Track ‘Rebel On The Run’ Featuring Grace Tithers
Chocolate Puma coined for being pioneers in the dance/house scene, the Dutch duo are constantly innovating. ‘Rebels On The Run’ is a thrilling amalgamation of pop culture’s finest offerings, from referencing iconic runaways Bonnie and Clyde to nodding to one of Hip Hop’s legendary groups, OutKast. Such intelligent artistic vision, paired with a powerhouse vocal performance from UK Songwriter and Vocalist Grace Tither, is one not to be missed. Buckle up for a hell of a ride! Out now on Spinnin’
At the heart of ‘Rebels On The Run’ lies the distinctive horn line from OutKast’s supreme hit ‘SpottieOttieDopaliscious’. Chocolate Puma have revitalised and paid homage to the triumphant horns with an epic house twist. Exhilarating, laced with an air of mystery, the powerhouse duo play with upbeat synths and eclectic house-infused rhythms. London based Songwriter/Vocalist, Grace Tither, supplies another dimension to the track by adding a dose of attitude and quirkiness. The vocal storyline draws inspiration from criminal star-crossed lovers Bonnie and Clyde, creating a seductive danger that is seriously irresistible. ‘Rebels On The Run’ will leave you ready to drive off into the sunset in a get-away car.
Listen To – Rebel On The Run by Chocolate Puma – HERE
“We were playing around with these horns for a while, but we never came up with the right results.So last year we had another Spinnin’ Wrting Camp studio session, this time with Will Matta and Grace Tither and we played them the rough version of the song.
We threw some ideas back and forth about Bonnie & Clyde and stuff like Dangerous, Danger Us, Danger U and Danger Me when Grace and Will came up with these criminal lyrics. Grace knocked her vocal performance out of the park with the right amount of attitude and quirkiness, which gave us so much inspiration to finish the prodcution. So here it is: Rebels On The Run.” — Chocolate Puma explains