Check Out Samurai Del’s Newest Track “Misdirected” With Aurum Farms Lemon G

If you’re familiar with Samurai’s Del’s previous work, you notice this song fits in with his hodgepodge style, constantly melting genres together with some of the cities most talented vocalists. Rarely does Samurai Del release back-to-back songs that sound remotely similar to each other. Samurai Del genre hops project to project like college kids bar hop on a Friday night. The Seattle-based producer is back with another track; Writegroove assists Samurai’s beats with his soulful pop vocals. Their collaboration “Misdirected” is an R&B/pop banger; reminiscent of a 90’s love ballad.

Aurum Farms is one of Washington’s most beloved cannabis cultivators. They’re consistently in the conversation of our recreational market’s collective top shelf. One of the strains that made them legendary took a year-long hiatus but has made its triumphant return.  Lemon-G; one of their best sativa strains; it’s a fan favorite for sure. Lemon-G will awaken your senses as Samurai Del and Writegroove’s track washes over you, taking you to a more carefree place.

“Misdirected” speaks on the divisive relationship between feelings of the heart and thoughts of the brain. Plucking guitar strings open the track, Writegroove’s lyrics float over the slow-rhymic beat. This song tugs at your heartstrings, making you think about the one that got away and complicated emotions involved with loving human beings.

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