PREMIERE: Triple O Eight Release New Single “One Day”

A perfect soundtrack for your weekend, Triple O Eight are back with their new, classic 90s, R&B/Hip Hop infused single “One Day” ft. Jamelle Jones (Prod. Andre Betts & Bernaud Hawk).

One a descendant of Genghis and the other a descendant of Moses, Gavin and Kyle would likely not have met a thousand years ago.  Yet on their fateful first day of college in 2014, these two dashing young men both walked into the same room as their new home—Room 308.  It was in Room 308 where they would go on to throw awful pre-games that rarely got them laid.

Their pre-games got so awful that they looked for any way to make them better.  “Play the music louder,” Kyle said to Gavin.  Playing the music louder didn’t work.  The music needed to get better, not louder.

Very quickly, they came up with the solution- Triple O Eight. Kyle became Kutz and Gavin became Maistro. Combining their unique skills and heritages, they started making music that took the campus by storm. Their  pre-games became ridiculously awesome and soon, Room 308 became too small to fit their audience.

Fast forward two years to today. Triple O Eight has grown from experimental dorm room productions into some of the most unique combinations of rap and EDM you can hear today.  Between their time spent in New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, you’ll be sure to run into them one of these days, whether you want to or not

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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