Without question, 2012 has a been year that’s been championed by Hyperdub; from strong releases from the likes of Fhloston Paradigm (aka King Britt), to the LP releases of DVA, Dean Blunt & Inga Copeland (of Hype Williams fame), and Laurel Halo, all to universal acclaim. However, when it came to Cooly G’s LP, Playin Me, things were obviously different from the start. As an artist with a pretty extensive history for club-friendly tracks, the album presents a more personal and purist side of Merrisa Campbell. Swooning with textures of soul, RnB, funky and tribal rhythms, the album is nothing short of a satisfying entryway to one of the most unique and ubiquitously charming producer personalities out there. With our uniformed appreciation for all things Cooly G, the producer took some time to speak with URB about her album process, her forthcoming plans with her live show and label, and unquestionably, about vibes. Check out the interview after the jump.