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A Catchy and Genre-Crossing Banger from Dis Aint 2k and Luckie Mazi

A new release from Dis Aint 2k and Luckie Mazi featuring The Youth, comes through as a vivacious combination of dance, pop, and hip hop and it does this with a hint of vintage soundscapes and a massive edge that brings in a heavier hitting feel and the whole thing creates an atmosphere that pulls you away from your surroundings for a little bit and also really makes you want to dance.

"The Big Bang" has an insanely catchy hook and chorus to it that ends up floating around in your brain for hours or even days after the song is ended and this is the type of song where the only way to satiate that is to listen to it again, so you do.

This single is sonically massive and has plenty of surprises around the corners especially for a song that's only 2 minutes and 30 seconds long, so it does have explosive sections and smooth ones but it's amazing how they bring all these different textures together.

For example, they have this ambient and vast undertone that gives things an almost dreamy R&B feel, it's got hip-hop-style lyrics during the verses and then a pop chorus, and at a certain point there's this bridge or breakdown that's heavier and this is the type of thing that shows you that this track was produced and written with fewer boundaries than the norm which I think is important because I do indeed feel like that's what the future of music is moving towards.

Being able to bend genres during a production and even vocally is something that music needs more of and a lot of it is starting to move towards this direction because I think genres are just going the way of the dodo.

There was a lot of attention to detail during the creation of this track but it never loses this particular character or persona that it starts with in the first place and this may be the most important part of the whole thing but either way, this track speaks volumes for the people that were involved in it because there's so much going on in the song but it all feels like such a natural forward moving flow.

Vocally this track is outstanding and the way that the vocals can sort of switch characters during the track is outstanding along with delivering that hook and melody line that just embeds itself in your head.

The whole song is extremely danceable, and you find yourself either dancing around the living room to it, or pointing at the speakers and the car during certain sections of it, or even singing along with it by the end.

This is the kind of music that makes us feel alive again and this is exactly why we need more stuff like this now.

The track is unbelievably radio-friendly, right, it has charisma, persona, electric energy, a damn near perfect arrangement, and the whole thing makes you want to move.

This is the kind of track you turn up and the louder it goes, the better it gets so I would suggest doing that, and I am certainly looking forward to whatever Dis Aint 2k and Luckie Mazi has coming after this because this track certainly speaks volumes for itself and the artist.

This track gets a straight of 9 out of 10 and that's being as harsh as possible because it's near perfectly done.

Check this out right now.

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