We haven't exactly been shy about our love of Swedish producers Teddybears. The trio recently teamed up with Robyn for the dance floor-filling "Cardiac Arrest," followed by a collaboration with Cee Lo and The B-52's on the feline-loving "Cho Cha." As the group approaches the July 5 release of its sixth album Devil's Music, we've got "Get Fresh With You," an exclusive new track featuring Jamaican singer/rapper Laza Morgan.
"Get Fresh With You" moves at the same buoyant pace as "Cho Cha," channeling the Jamaican dancehall via vintage synths. Laza Morgan is slightly less subtle than Cee Lo, though, asking point blank, "Can I get fresh with you, girl?" Dude wastes no time in the club. Our Jamaican patois comprehension level is admittedly a little rusty, but we're fairly sure at least some of these lyrics are NSFW.
If the initial organ riffs sound similar to Caesars' 2003 garage hit "Jerk It Out," don't forget Teddybears' songwriting team of brothers Joakim and Klas Ahlund also founded that band (Joakim remains a member). But where Caesars leaned more toward Nuggets-era psychedelic rock, Teddybears' genre-hopping styles all coalesce on the dance floor.
Not being famous musicians, we speak from experience that "Can I get fresh with you, girl?" gets more slaps than phone numbers, but maybe you'll have better luck.