Midnight in a Perfect World: Bad Colours

Midnight In A Perfect World
Sean Morrow

Although born in London, raised in Maryland and now based out of Brooklyn, Bad Colours (Ibe Soliman) almost feels local at this point. Starting with Jarv Dee’s appearance on “Feelin’ Like” off his cooly assured 2021 debut LP Pink, Bad Colours and Jarv linked up months later on the BLAKHOUSE EP, a stellar merging of the former’s hip house beats and the latter’s lyrical prowess and presence on the mic. Furthering the Seattle connection are standout appearances from Stas THEE Boss and Shabazz Palaces on the tracks “Black Skin” and “Clouds.” 

On Always With U, Bad Colours’ sophomore effort from November of 2022, Jarv Dee again guests and is joined by a host of additional collaborators both on the mic and with live instrumentation accompanying every track. With a fuller sound that touches on hip hop, house, R&B and jazz, Always With U is a vibe anywhere you rest your head.

Artist Title
Midnight in a Perfect World Intro
Bad Colours You Don't Know (feat. KAS, Jarv Dee & JVDE)
Jitwam Brooklyn Ballers
Sam & Dave Love Feels
Moody Jones & Life on Planets Toxic
Jarv Dee & Bad Colours ?????
Toribio Glory (In the Midst of Confusion)
Honey Dijon Stand (feat. Cor.Ece)
Igor Gonna. & We Are Neurotic Just Words (feat. Cael Dadian)
&on&on Don't Say a Word
DJ Q & Todd Edwards Sweet Day
Higgo Interlude
Pepe As Long as There's Sunset
Sempra Play
Piri & Tommy Words
Sammy Virji Find My Way Home
Psychic Mirrors The Witching Hour
Surprise Chef New Ferrari (Harvey Sutherland's Weird Flex Mix)
Bad Colours Colour Me Badd
Moodymann Let Me Show You Love (feat. Guevara)
Tentendo & R.ICO Ride
Bad Colours Hit the Brakes

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