The dynamic duo EarthGang has returned with their latest single, “Black Light,” setting the stage for their upcoming EP, Robophobia, scheduled for release on Nov. 17th. This funk-inspired track follows their recent EP, “Earthgang vs the Algorithm: RIP Human Art,” which made waves last month.

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“Black Light” is the lead single for Robophobia and offers a vintage sound, reminiscent of the soulful vibes of the 70s, a time untouched by the digital age. The EP is part of EarthGang’s three-part series, “Earthgang vs the Algorithm,” which passionately opposes the growing influence of algorithms and champions genuine creativity and freedom.

The song masterfully blends elements of hip-hop and funk, celebrating the raw human artistry and individuality. Its mellow tempo, highlighted by a groovy bassline, creates a captivating ambiance. The recurring lyrics, “black light, expose your flaws,” remind listeners of the power of acknowledging and growing from imperfections. With melodic R&B vocals, “Black Light” invites introspection and self-acceptance. EarthGang continues to push boundaries and deliver soulful, thought-provoking music for their fans.


You can hear the single below.

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