Rejjie Snow today released his brand new song, “Cookie Chips,” featuring MF DOOM and Cam O’bi. The single sees the Irish rapper and singer pull off both a muted and psychedelic performance, backed by standout contributions from his featured guests.
“I love making music and creating moments,” Snow said according to a press release. “It feels good to bring out this song in such an unaccustomed time and begin this new chapter in a solid and happy place.”
Snow also debuted a corresponding music video for “Cookie Chips” with today’s release. The video was directed by Machine Operated and matches the very essence of the song as the camera follows Snow as he makes his way through dense forest clad in bunny ears and a plethora of colorful balloons in hand.
Earlier today, “Cookie Chips” was featured as Annie Mac’s Hottest Record on BBC Radio 1. The recognition represents a strong start for the singer’s follow-up effort to his 2018 album, Dear Annie, which Pitchfork deemed, “a solid introduction to an able singer and MC.” Dear Annie also saw Snow embark on a worldwide tour, stacking up sold-out performances at Baby’s All Right in New York City, The Roxy in Los Angeles as well as Goldenvoice’s inaugural Blurry Vision Festival in Oakland.
“Cookie Chips” is available to listen and watch now on all streaming services with Snow also telling fans to look out for more news coming soon in today’s official announcement.
Long Island-native MF DOOM has been busy of late, as the famed rapper, songwriter and producer teamed up with Bishop Nehru for the song “MEATHEAD” earlier this year and was featured on the Danger Mouse and Sparklehorse song “Ninjarous” last fall.
For the uninitiated, Cam O’bi is the famed Chicago producer widely known for his work with Chance the Rapper, Vic Mensa and J. Cole. Perhaps most notably he was part of the producing team on Chance the Rapper’s debut full-length effort Coloring Book, which was the first ever streaming-only album to win a GRAMMY.