Lou Phelps Recruits Jazz Cartier & Kaytranada For “Come Inside”

It’s been just under a year since the world heard Lou Phelps‘ 001: Experiments 001 tape, an impressive project showcasing his versatility alongside the likes of Innanet JamesBishop Nehru, and more. Since then, the Montreal artist has blessed us with a few features and mixes leading into the new year.

Phelps is back on our site today with “Come Inside,” a nostalgic trip featuring production from his blood brother Kaytranada and Toronto emcee Jazz Cartier. The trio of talent combines elements of disco, funk, and hip-hop to create a refreshing and upbeat tune. With a catchy hook, suave verses, and a steady beat, this is a sonic treat you don’t want to miss.

Stream “Come Inside” below.


Lou Phelps Recruits Innanet James For “What Time Is It?”

Lou Phelps has been spoiling us lately with a slew of dope tunes, ranging from “Average” with KALLITECHNIS and “My Forte” with CJ Flemings. The Canadian artist recently teamed up with his blood brother Kaytranada and the DMV’s Innanet James for a funky track titled “What Time Is It?” Featured on Lou’s recent 001: Experiments project, the stacked collab is one that you can’t help but dance along to as the duo flows over Kaytranada’s upbeat synth work with ease. Keep a close eye on Lou, the rest of the Huh What & Where squad, and Innanet James in the near future.

Peep “What Time Is It?” below and grab your download of 001: Experiments.