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Cloak – ‘Like Cola’

by Thomas Bedward August 30, 2021

Cloak – ‘Like Cola’

An enigmatic producer, artist, and beatmaker who has been tearing up the Australian EDM scene, Cloak has become a frequent fixture on our playlists and pages over the last few years, and for a very good reason. An impressive talent with a focus on hip-hop, trap, and EDM beats, he’s a uniquely eclectic artist with a passion and focus that is simply unrivalled by any other artist.

While previous singles from Cloak have always drawn a crowd, his latest is in a realm of its own, breaking boundaries and shaping his style. Titled ‘Like Cola’, the new cut is a bold collaboration with Sunshine Coast producer Vern Connor, combining their talents to create a polished, melodic, and wonderfully ensnaring new release that shines with a defiant message.

Tackling the many problems that we are facing regarding globalisation, government corruption and losing our rights, ‘Like Cola’ is a modern protest anthem, one built from quickfire beats, flowing synth tones, and Cloak’s own passionate spirit. Awash in digital tones and dizzying kaleidoscopic beats, Cloak delivers his vocals with pace and precision, hitting his marks and stirring up a revolution.

Available now on both Soundcloud and Spotify, Cloak’s new single is one that you won’t want to miss, so tune in, and make sure you add it to all your favourite playlists.

A rampant release that artfully blends all the best elements of Australian hop-hop and modern trap, ‘Like Cola’ is a powerful and provocative indication of what Cloak can do, and it won’t take long before it’ll be burning a hole in the Australian independent scene.

You can stream the new single above, or head over to our best of 2021 Spotify playlist where you can stream it alongside a plethora of other massive tracks from some of the world’s best independent talents.

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