Trap Music Artist XAVAGE Premieres Infectious Song “Don’t Stop”
It’s just a matter of time before Trap music artist XAVAGE and his new single “Don’t Stop” blow the clubs around the world. Recently, he’s been keeping a strong profile dropping killer Bass tracks, and this one is no exception.
Be aware that urban vibes and complicated patterns at rapid-fire speed invite listeners to twerk. From the very beginning, this infectious release encompasses everything the modern genre has ever represented.
Moreover, groovy and bouncy elements prove lethal once again. Such a sonic force for twisted madness will surely raise the temperature on any dance floor!
One way or another, “Don’t Stop” seems to be the perfect continuation of his last EP, ‘Stay XAVAGE 2.’ Also, if you look back at when he started his music career, you can tell his origins are rooted in Hip-Hop, and he keeps its influence to the present day.
It’s worth mentioning, this fresh track is a winning fusion of booming 808s plus the confident, commanding flow. The Los Angeles-based producer channels the free spirit of those partygoers who love dancing till the break of dawn.
Without further ado, keep an ear out for XAVAGE’s forthcoming bangers and more updates via his socials.
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Yellow Claw Spontaneously Team Up With K-Pop Singer Sorn
Yellow Claw returns with K-pop singer Sorn on their new vocal bass track “Cold Like Snow,” out now on Yellow Claw’s imprint Barong Family. Sorn’s haunting vocals shine in the cinematic opening of the record, which slowly builds into a hard-hitting drop with cascading synths and steadily undulating basslines. The heaviness of Yellow Claw’s signature sound is balanced by the delicate feel of the lyrics, making “Cold Like Snow” so much more than your typical head-banging crowd-pleaser. The new release follows Yellow Claw’s recent “Hey Sensei” with Japanese female rapper SHACHI and $u$hi Girl. Read on for the story behind “Cold Like Snow,” and keep an eye out for more music from the guys coming soon.
“After our first studio session in a hotel in Singapore, we invited Sorn over to Bali to work on the music some more. She came over and brought snacks. It was then, and there we knew we had a true friendship going on.” — Yellow Claw
“This project is very exciting for me because I never imagined I would get the opportunity to work with world-renowned producers/DJs like Jim and Nils. We started off spontaneously recording a demo in a hotel room in Singapore, then I flew over to Bali to finish the song, and before I knew it, we were performing on the main stage at a festival in my hometown in Thailand and then at Marquee Singapore, which was my first club performance. I never thought I’d be able to be a part of such amazing opportunities, and I’ve learned so much working with the guys. I really hope my fans will enjoy this track that myself and the guys made together.” — Sorn
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Yellow Claw Drops “Hey Sensei” — Bilingual Fusion Of Trap & Hip-Hop
Hot on the heels of their ‘¥€$’ studio album as €URO TRA$H, the iconic Dutch duo Yellow Claw teams up with Japanese female rapper Shachi for their new track “Hey Sensei,” a dynamic and party-ready fusion of Trap and Hip-Hop. It demonstrates the Barong Family head honchos’ genre-bending style as they incorporate everything from xylophone solos to mechanical synths and rhythmic basslines. Shachi’s sultry but hard-hitting vocals bridge the gap between trap and hip-hop music genres, and the mixture of English and Japanese adds a unique element that creates vivid imagery throughout the sonic journey. Yellow Claw can always be relied on for music that shakes things up, and “Hey Sensei” is a prime example.
“We met up with Shachi when we did a show in Tokyo. Airdropped her the beat, and she sent us the vocals a couple of days later. All the Japanese lyrics are really like a painting with words to us. We don’t know what they mean, but they sound so good.” — Yellow Claw
Dutch electronic icons Yellow Claw are known for their thumping club records that have fueled dance floors for almost a decade. To date, the duo has accumulated over a billion plays on their music, performed at the biggest festivals and nightclubs, and worked with some of the biggest players in the industry. Their collaborations include the likes of DJ Snake, Steve Aoki, Gucci Mane, Tinashe, Tiësto, A$AP Ferg, Juicy J, to name a few., resulting in global hits such as “DJ Turn It Up,” “Do You Like Bass” and “Till It Hurts,” which are blasted in clubs around the world till today. Since 2010, Yellow Claw has been quietly inching toward electronic dance music supremacy. Their November 2015 debut album, “Blood For Mercy,” bowed at #1 on Billboard’s Heat Seekers Chart and Top/Dance Electronic Albums Chart and scored an Edison Award – the Dutch equivalent of a GRAMMY. It spawned the mega-smash “In My Room” (feat. Ty Dolla $ign, Tyga, & DJ Mustard), which notched over 160 million Spotify streams. Yellow Claw’s magnificent development is undoubtedly linked to their stellar performances and being unique as a brand with sophisticated outfits for each stage. With being a powerhouse beyond the trap scenes, Yellow Claw’s consistency continues to fuel their momentum, pushing them forward.
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The Story Behind Nitepunk’s Debut Album ‘HUMAN’
A true story of grit and determination manifests itself with the release of Nitepunk’s highly-anticipated debut album ‘HUMAN,‘ out now via HARD Records.
Nitepunk’s journey began in his homeland of Georgia, where he spent his days surrounded by mountain villages and Black Sea beaches. Dancing and raving from a young age, Nitepunk was fueled by his love and adoration for music. He was able to harness this love and build a community for ravers in his country. Though his successes in Georgia were palpable, Nitepunk knew there was something bigger in store for himself and his future in music. The artist packed his bags and headed to New York on a tourist visa, where he struggled to earn enough to keep a roof over his head.
Though he faced many trials and tribulations throughout his time in New York, Nitepunk spent every ounce of energy he had left to focus on his undying passion for creating music. Heavily influenced by the underground scene that surrounded him, Nitepunk quickly gained support from notable industry leaders who believed in his craft including Noisia, Joyryde, Foreign Beggars, Moody Good, and more.
“Moving to America was monumental for my personal and artistic growth. I had hit a massive reset button on my entire life and all of a sudden I was in New York on my own. This album reflects every moment of my time here. I wanted every track to be a record I could be proud of, where I would have the freedom to push my own musicality. When I approach a song I’m always trying to capture where I currently am in my life so when it was time to put the album together I realized that all the ideas I had written over the past six years were representing significant episodes in my life.
During the creation of this album, there were many radical changes that affected my workflow and environment. At the very end, it seemed like everything was falling into place, and the project became exactly what it was meant to be. I am excited to share this with the world and step into the next journey of new experiences and inspirations. I called this album HUMAN because it’s very complex musically and emotionally, as we all are. I wanted to capture raw emotions and experiences through music because that’s the one thing in this life that I know best.” — Nitepunk
Nitepunk’s eclectic and high-energy break-beat-inspired songs surely set him apart from the rest. Creating a style that is rooted in originality and distinctive synthesis, the artist designs an environment for fans to get lost in a labyrinth of sound.
After relocating to Los Angeles, Nitepunk’s determination to shine only blossomed into something bigger. With the release of ‘HUMAN,’ Nitepunk showcases his unorthodox, yet captivating delivery of music. The artist emphasizes that he perceives music visually, being able to see what he wants to create before bringing his art to fruition. As he employs his gifts in the audiovisual realm, Nitepunk invites listeners to take a journey with him, not only from the beginning to end of the album but through his impressive feat to get to the top despite all odds.