TVBOO is known far and wide for his hard-hitting bass productions. If you’re not listening to his music then you might be listening to his hilariously entertaining “TVLKS with TVBOO” podcast. The multi-faceted, Mississippi-born producer and entertainer has found a home at WAKAAN where he’s decided to release his first full length album, Blue Collar Bass: By the People For the People.
TVBOO has never taken himself too seriously and that’s always been evident on his productions. There’s enough humor and fun to go around but that’s not to take away from the extremely versatile producer he is. Over the course of 15 tracks, TVBOO experiments with different tempos, genres, and collaborations, including Wreckno, bawldy, Boogie T, GRiZ and hip-hop artists Big Baby Scumbag, CoJaxx, and Al Kapone.
Here’s what TVBOO had to say about the album:
“With this album, I felt like I had to prove to myself and to everyone else that I was a serious producer. Most songs I’ve put out have been goofy, funny, and inappropriate. I love that, but I also wanted to show a more serious, mature side of me. I felt like with a full length album I had more freedom to make songs I normally wouldn’t put out as singles or EPs. It was my first time working with singers, musicians, and collaborating with multiple producers for one project. It was a lot of work, but was one of the most rewarding ventures I’ve ever had. This is for the people. This is Blue Collar Bass.”
Stream the full project below and enjoy!