LOUDPVCK


LOUDPVCK Release First Solo Single “JUMANJI” Featuring Atlanta Rapper Reese LaFlare

Loudpvck

It’s been only two weeks since longtime trap duo LOUDPVCK decided to part ways, leaving Kenny Beats in full control of their direction, but he’s already got new music for us. The brand new track, “JUMANJI,” has much stronger hip-hop elements than their previous music, featuring Atlanta rapper and Two-9 co-founder Reese LaFlare. This direction doesn’t come as much of a surprise, considering Kenny Beats has been producing beats for rappers like Hoodrich Juan Pablo and Schoolboy Q for years. 

What’s unique about “JUMANJI” is the way it blends the new school hip-hop sound with classic LOUDPVCK trap. The track starts out with heavily distorted bass with Reese LaFlare quickly hopping on the beat. At this point it sounds like it could be a straight hip-hop banger, but before we know it, we’re sent into a high-energy build up that drops hard into diced-up vocals that is very reminiscent of early years of electronic trap. “JUMANJI” switches back and forth between these two styles before concluding with a screeching final drop that will undoubtedly start mosh pits wherever it’s played out. 

Although we’re sad to see any musical group split (e.g. Flosstradamus), it’s exciting to see LOUDPVCK on a path to what could be their new sound. Enjoy!

LOUDPVCK - JUMANJI (Ft. Reese LaFlare)

[PREMIERE] LOUDPVCK & Michael Sparks Share Heavy Trap Collaboration “Bones”

Loudpvck Bone Artwork

For the last few months, LOUDPVCK has been cranking out banger after banger. First they released a massive collaboration with NGHTMRE titled “Click Clack”, then dropped the trap-fueled future bass single "More Than I Can Take" with Rickyxsan, and today we have the pleasure of premiering yet another huge release.

For their latest offering, the L.A. trap duo linked up with Montreal-based producer Michael Sparks for a bass heavy collab titled, "Bones". The track starts out with an eerie melody that leads into an arpeggiated drum & bass-inspired rise. Screaming vocals unexpectedly throw the song into a energy-filled drop packed with metallic clangs and explosive percussion. LOUDPVCK are planning on sharing a track a month this year and are playing a handful of major festivals around America, Australia, New Zealand and Asia as well so be sure to catch them live if you get the chance. See tour dates below. Enjoy!

LOUDPVCK x Michael Sparks - Bones

LOUDPVCK tour dates:

5/7: ATL @ Shaky Beats Festival
5/11: Sacramento @ DST30
5/12: Colorado Springs @ Rawkus
5/13: Bellingham, WA @ Wild Buffalo
5/18: St. Louis @ Europa Nightclub

Follow LOUDPVCK:
Website
Twitter
Instagram
Youtube

Follow Michael Sparks
Facebook
Twitter
Instagram

[PREMIERE] LOUDPVCK Teams With Karra & Rickyxsan For Trap Fueled Future Bass Single "More Than I Can Take"

LOUDPVCK Press
We last heard from Los Angeles duo LOUDPVCK after they dropped their massive "Click Clack" collaboration with NGHTMRE a few months back. They now return with "More Than I Can Take", tapping rising singer Karra and talented bass producer Rickyxsan for a powerful future bass single.
 
The release embraces a beautiful lead melody as Karra's powerful vocals soar atop the lush layers. The future bass drop is simply explosive and is intertwined with tasteful vocal chops, crisp percussive hits and emotional swells. Near the end of the track, listeners are introduced to a menacing trap beat that brings the perfect amount of grime and heaviness to the table. Stream the premiere of "More Than I Can Take" feat. Karra and Rickyxsan below. Enjoy!

LOUDPVCK (Ft. Karra & Rickyxsan) - More Than I Can Take | Purchase

Who We Are

ThisSongIsSick.com is all about making it easier for you to discover sick new music that you've never heard before. We work with musicians and record labels from all over the world to showcase a variety of the freshest electronic, hip-hop, indie, and alternative music to a global following that is comprised of millions of music lovers in over 110 countries. So, make yourself at home while enjoying countless amazing musicians from a variety of genres and let the sick sounds fill your ears! Read more about our new site.



Just the Tip

Get tipped off of exclusive news, premieres, free downloads and exclusive show announcements (only the good shit)

or


Submit a Song

Want to get your song on TSIS? Click the button below and follow the instructions in the form


Popular This Week



Follow Us