Jai Paul’s brother A.K. Paul releases new song ‘Landcruisin’’

The song is the first piece of music to come from the brothers’s Paul Institute project

Jai Paul’s brother A.K. Paul has premiered a new song titled ‘Landcrusing’’.

The track was debuted on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 radio show earlier today (March 24). Lowe, who described it as “Blade Runner pop”, went on to play it three times in a row.

As of now, no release date or further details have been announced for the song. The cover art has “Paul Institute” written on it, suggesting that there may be some link to the Paul brothers’s recently uncovered mysterious project.


After months of silence, the producers remerged with a new website titled Paul Institute earlier this week. It’s unclear what the new project might be, for now visitors can input their phone number on the site and await further news.

The elusive duo recently appeared in a rare photo together with Miguel, posted on the R&B singer’s Instagram.

the primo’s AK Paul & Jai Paul

A photo posted by Miguel (@miguel) on

Jai Paul’s last two singles ‘BTSTU’ and ‘Jasmine’ were released in 2011 and 2012 respectively.

In 2013, what purported to be Jai’s debut album appeared on Bandcamp, comprising of 16 untitled tracks. However, the release was shortly removed with the producer confirming over Twitter than it was an unauthorised leak.

Last year, A.K. contributed production to Nao’s ‘So Good EP’.

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