CAZZTEK – If You Really Wanna (ft Kiyoshi)

Category: EDM NEWS

Kicking off the new year on a bouncey energetic note, Las Vegas based DJ and producer CAZZTEK is back with a booming new single entitled “If You Really Wanna” featuring Kiyoshi. Right in time to turn up to this weekend, this one is full of good vibes and heavy bass. Enjoy “If You Really Wanna”

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Crankdat masters merging genres in new hit single ‘Reasons to Run’

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Marshmello or Crankdat?

“Reasons To Run,” could certainly have come from either producer with its blend of genres, quality production, and upbeat chords. It is entirely Crankdat’s, the producer’s second entirely solo production.

“Reasons to Run” blends edgy pop-rock vocals with an upbeat and elaborate electronic backdrop. Consistent with past releases, Crankdat has merged diverse range of genres — a skill that explains the rising producer’s rapid fanbase growth.

Crankdat had a huge 2017, named one of Dancing Astronaut‘s Breakout Artists of the Year. With “Reasons to Run,” marking his first release of 2018, it is almost a given that 2018 will continue his rise.

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Marshmello or Crankdat?

“Reasons To Run,” could certainly have come from either producer with its blend of genres, quality production, and upbeat chords. It is entirely Crankdat’s, the producer’s second entirely solo production.

“Reasons to Run” blends edgy pop-rock vocals with an upbeat and elaborate electronic backdrop. Consistent with past releases, Crankdat has merged diverse range of genres — a skill that explains the rising producer’s rapid fanbase growth.

Crankdat had a huge 2017, named one of Dancing Astronaut‘s Breakout Artists of the Year. With “Reasons to Run,” marking his first release of 2018, it is almost a given that 2018 will continue his rise.

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TIL: Tom Hardy actually has bars? Actor’s rap mixtape from 1999 surfaces

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Every now and then, the internet proves to be more than just the sum of its parts.

Among the endless collection of memes and trolls, occasionally the online experience does procure some decent finds — like troves of unreleased Skrillex cuts, or this shamelessly iconic Daft Punk fan. This time, the internet has bestowed us with one such gift: Tom Hardy’s rap mixtape from 1999. Yes, Bane raps, and it easily could have been roast-ready nonsense. That would have been fine. However instead, it actually kind of goes — and that’s what makes Falling On Your Arse In 1999 such a treasure.

The mixtape was quietly uploaded to Bandcamp and shared on Reddit in early January, featuring 18 unreleased tracks from Tommy No 1 and produced by Eddie Too Tall, better known as British director and writer Ed Tracy. Each distorted, sample-riddled rap cut is a quintessential slice of lo-fi hip-hop’s golden era from the early 90’s, and the whole collection is now available to stream.

Back in 2011, Hardy told BBC in an interview that he was signed in the 90’s, and that he recorded “loads of material,” despite “not being very good.” We’re still parsing through FOYA 1999, but for now, we’ll agree to disagree.

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Every now and then, the internet proves to be more than just the sum of its parts.

Among the endless collection of memes and trolls, occasionally the online experience does procure some decent finds — like troves of unreleased Skrillex cuts, or this shamelessly iconic Daft Punk fan. This time, the internet has bestowed us with one such gift: Tom Hardy’s rap mixtape from 1999. Yes, Bane raps, and it easily could have been roast-ready nonsense. That would have been fine. However instead, it actually kind of goes — and that’s what makes Falling On Your Arse In 1999 such a treasure.

The mixtape was quietly uploaded to Bandcamp and shared on Reddit in early January, featuring 18 unreleased tracks from Tommy No 1 and produced by Eddie Too Tall, better known as British director and writer Ed Tracy. Each distorted, sample-riddled rap cut is a quintessential slice of lo-fi hip-hop’s golden era from the early 90’s, and the whole collection is now available to stream.

Back in 2011, Hardy told BBC in an interview that he was signed in the 90’s, and that he recorded “loads of material,” despite “not being very good.” We’re still parsing through FOYA 1999, but for now, we’ll agree to disagree.

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