Cuco and Clairo’s “Drown” Is The Collaboration We’ve All Been Waiting For


Our prayers have been answered: anti-pop superstars Cuco and Clairo have collaborated on the brand new single, "Drown." The song is part of the Adidas originals series, Songs From Scratch, which depicts the inner-workings behind the making of a song. The indie, Sundance-esque video is filled with artistic frames being decorated with claymation art.

Following Clairo's first live performance of the song at Music Hall of Williamsburg last week, “Drown" debuted on Zane Lowe's Beats 1 radio show today. Clairo and Cuco became friends while bonding over each other's music, which naturally led to the birth of "Drown."

"Drown" is produced by Ricky Reed and follows the releases of Cuco's Chiquito EP and Clairo's diary 001. Cuco sings effortlessly from English to Spanish while Clairo's voice glides through dreamy melodies over deep synth bass lines. Get ready for this funky cool jam of random ad libs and thoughtful lyrics. Dare we predict a live duet at Lollapalooza, where both artists are performing this weekend? 

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