Next Town Down's Latest Installment Of Behind-The-Music Is An Ode To Their Townies

Next Town Down's Latest Installment Of Behind-The-Music Is An Ode To Their Townies

The soulful crooners answer insane fan questions and discuss the stories behind their October drop.

Published October 12th

R&B quintet Next Town Down is gearing up for tour and are full-swing with their latest trifecta for all you Townies. The October trio of the Hidden Hills Evergreen Sessions feature cuffing season soundtrack, "Overtime," up-tempo banger, "Bounce" and the sensual "Baelist." Rock out to all three (below) and don’t forget that fans chose their next single! Lock in your vote by texting (818) 928-2125 and check out their first behind-the-scenes peek from NTD.

This time, the guys are answering fan questions for a special and hilarious follow-up to last week’s studio session. In honor of their newest drops, they’re asked about who are on their “bae lists?” “Lauren London, Keri Hilson, Meagan Good,” says Terence, smirking. The interviewer mentions his list is very “early 2000’s,” and other members chime in, reminding fans that that’s the vibe.

Chris, on the same wave, states, “what’s good, fun R&B music without a little subliminal nastiness?” He, then, shares an ode to all his female fans. “We just love women. We think women are a blessing to the world. A woman just brings a certain energy; it’s just unmatched. I feel like that’s what the double-entendre is, always, with our music.” Tre agrees, "especially for the three songs: "Overtime," "Baelist," and "Bounce,"" in addition to their unreleased tracks.

"Overtime" refers to putting in work, based on personal experiences and "Bounce" is the fun "twerker," according to the guys. "You can be heartbroken and happy," says Terence, hilariously. 

As far as those crazy Townies' questions, Tre is forced to choose between British songbird Ella Mai and pop princess Ariana Grande, the boys reveal their favorite snacks and places to cop chicken, divulge their worst fears, and so much more. Check out part two of NTD's intimate yet comical behind-the-music visual above.

Written by Mya Abraham

(Photo: Courtesy of Next Town Down)

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