RAF DON’s “Pretty Likkle Thing” EP is out.

RAF DON, the rising star in the music scene, has just released his latest EP, “Pretty Likkle Thing,” showcasing a mesmerizing blend of old school R&B and early 2000s Hip-Hop.  This highly anticipated project, executive produced by RAF DON himself and Shaney Jay, promises to take listeners on a nostalgic journey through the sounds of yester-years, with a modern twist. Inspired by the iconic vibes of the 90s and early 2000s, “Pretty Likkle Thing” is characterized by heavy interpolation and Y2K influence, creating a sonic landscape that is both familiar and refreshing.


RAF DON’s goal with this EP was to craft sounds that evoke remarkable moments in R&B and Hip-Hop history, while infusing elements of drill drums and bounce for a contemporary edge. Featuring collaborations with acclaimed artists such as KLY, Robot Boii, and VERBB, “Pretty Likkle Thing” boasts a stellar lineup that adds depth and diversity to the project. The lead single, “Party,”
featuring Robot Boii, is slated for release on June 7th, 2024. This infectious track, blending elements of hip hop drill with Robot Boii’s signature Amapiano vocals, sets the tone for an EP that is bound to captivate audiences worldwide.

“I wanted to create something that pays homage to the music that shaped me, while also pushing the boundaries and exploring new sonic territories,” says RAF DON. “With ‘Pretty Likkle Thing’, I aimed to transport listeners back to the golden era of R&B and Hip-Hop, while infusing it with my own unique style and vision. “Accompanying the EP release are visually stunning visuals for each track, adding an immersive dimension to RAF DON’s musical narrative and bringing the songs to life in vibrant and captivating
“Pretty Likkle Thing” EP is now available on all major streaming platforms, inviting listeners to experience the magic of RAF DON’s nostalgic yet innovative sound. Don’t miss out on this unforgettable musical journey.

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