Multi-hyphenate artist, TMG FRE$H, today released his new single, “Late Night,” which will be featured on his forthcoming debut album, Margiela Language, due out on Friday, June 4 via TMG Records. Powered by nocturnal production, the song instantly hypnotizes with a hard-hitting hook brought to life on screen by a Fight Club-inspired visual. To stream/download “Late Night,” click HERE, and to watch the accompanying music video, directed by The Chacon Brothers, click HERE.
“Late Night” follows the debut of the first single from Margiela Language, “VLONE,” which Fresh released last month along with a self-directed companion music video that amassed nearly 500k YouTube views in the two weeks following its release. Over 808s wrapped in piano, Fresh recounts being robbed at gunpoint outside of his home. However, he offsets the intense subject matter with warm melodic delivery as he confesses, “It changed a part of me, I can’t move how I used to move. I can’t do what I used to do.”
Striking a balance between airtight wordplay, hovering melodies, guitar-laden beats, and trap grit, Fresh has carefully crafted a signature style on Margiela Language that is defined by duality. “The album encompasses different moods, emotions, and elements of my life,” Fresh explains. “It feels like my first real project, so I threw everything in there.” He elaborates, “Art has multiple sides to it, and as far as duality goes, Margiela is high fashion – so I’m speaking the language of that. It’s deeper than the surface level glamour though. You don’t know who you can trust. Betrayals, loneliness, and pain come from that vulnerability. That’s what Margiela Language is.”