Late summer is near, but that doesn't mean that you need to stop compiling super rad songs for your ongoing summer mixtape. So in that spirit, peep the 90's-inspired breezy vibes (and suitably lo-fi companion video) of "Live Every Dream" from Bay Area rapper Antwon. Dude's been working with many a dope producer lately (including Decoder favorite Ryan Hemsworth) and this track, produced by BK-via-Denver producer Pictureplane, is equally worthy. The song skewers up the DNA remix of Suzanne Vega's famous pop tune "Tom's Diner," into a verified Miami 1994 cruise jam. And the Brandon Tauszik-directed video, which premiered over at Spin today, is pitch-perfect as well; all the stylistic quirks of the 90's are all at work in delicious ways here. Amusement park footage with wide pans? Check. Slow-mo choreographed dancing in urban areas? Check. Antwon rapping in the passenger's seat of a convertible while a rich white girl drives? Check check check.
Video: Antwon - Live Every Dream