Hot Hand Band, the dynamic, multi-genre brass band from Brooklyn, NY, today release, “No Problem.” Out via Brooklyn-based indie label Swoon City Music, the track is now available on all streaming services and can
be found here.
The track is a cover of Chance the Rapper’s “No Problem” mashed up with Bone Thugs-N-Harmony’s “Crossroads.” Says band leader Kevin Moehringer, “A few of our friends were involved in the production and performance of Chance the Rapper’s ‘No Problem.’ It’s
a Grammy-Award-winning song, and for good reason! Chance is an inspiring artist and we felt like this song would translate well to the brass band format.” Working with director Johannes Felscher, Hot Hand Band created a dynamic in-studio video for “No Problem.” They recorded both audio and video at Swoon City Music’s Refuge Recording Studio in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn. “No Problem”
features Travis Antoine on Trumpet, Coleman Bartels on Drums, Reginald Chapman on Sousaphone, Andrew McGovern on Trumpet, and Moehringer on Trombone. Look out for original music from Hot Hand Band coming soon, and their debut album this Spring!