WATCH | SA groups Rubber Duc and ADAM team up on funky track Come Again

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SA groups Rubber Duc and ADAM have teamed up on a new track.
SA groups Rubber Duc and ADAM have teamed up on a new track.
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  • Rubber Duc and ADAM have teamed up on a new track titled Come Again.
  • The song was originally written for a K-Pop label but both bands fell in love with the track and could not let it go.
  • Come Again "is about how everyone, at some point in their lives, experiences the return of someone familiar; someone that they know isn't good for them, yet who is exceptionally hard to resist," a statement explains.


Musical groups Rubber Duc and ADAM have teamed up on a new track, shaking things up with a sound that is different for both bands.

The track, titled Come Again, is a funky pop tune filled with innuendos, and even an eggplant emoji in the lyric video in case you didn't quite pick up on the message.

The song was written for a Korean label and was never meant to be used by either group. "Due to the global surge and uptake of K-Pop, record labels and publishers are looking for English songs for their artists," Rubber Duc's frontman, Nick Jordaan, explained in a press statement. "So, we - a group of artists working from Muse Studios - wrote Come Again and sent it off on its merry way beneath the ocean to Korea. We write a lot of music for other artists, but there was something special about this song and we couldn't get it out of our heads."

About working with Rubber Duc, ADAM's Hugo says it was an "amazing and enjoyable experience".

"They are very professional and when we work together there is always a relentless drive for perfection. We hope people can hear it in Come Again," he adds. 

The track "is about how everyone, at some point in their lives, experiences the return of someone familiar; someone that they know isn't good for them, yet who is exceptionally hard to resist," the statement explains. 

Watch the lyric video below: 

Compiled by Nikita Coetzee 

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