Jai Paul sprung back to life last week with the launch of Paul Institute, a mysterious new venture launched in collaboration with his brother A. K. Paul.
Now, A. K. has released his debut solo single through the platform. Titled “Landcruisin’”, the song is part-R&B, part-rock‘n’roll, part-funk, and was written, produced, mixed, and mastered by the musician himself.
A press release reveals a bit more information about the elusive A. K. — although he first drew headlines for “So Good”, an exquisite single released with London soul singer Nao, he's worked with artists including Big Boi, Jessie Ware, Sam Smith, and Miguel in the past.
The same press release also goes on to reveal a tiny bit of information about the Paul Institute: apparently it's not just a collaboration between the Paul brothers, but also associated artist Muz Azar (previously of MANS), and it might showcase outside artists too.
Listen to “Landcruisin’” below. If you're a member of Paul Institute, you can listen to future singles before the wider public.