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The newest Sable Valley recruit is ready to take y’all back to school with his ferocious new single. Eliminate, the Los Angeles based producer has been creating tidal waves in the trap scene with his robust sound design. Cranking up the BPM, Eliminate turns his track ‘Mula’ into a trap banger led by a high-intensity brigade of drums. 

When RL Grime announced last year he would be starting his own record label, we couldn’t contain our excitement. The trap aficionado has been leaving an impact on the scene since it’s origins. Considering that RL Grime has been one of the founding fathers of trap. It only makes sense that he provided his keen ears to find the most original new beats. Alas, Sable Valley was born last year and has already seen some dynamic releases thanks to Montrell 2099, Jawns, ISOxo & Knock2. This time though, it’s Eliminate’s turn to prove he’s got the goods to be inducted into this dignified group of emerging trap stars.

Mula’ begins with hip hop vocals boasting about while using horns and overlay effects. This creates an element of darkness around the climactic build-up. The track soon drops off into a hardstyle trap tune. It bounces frivolously with some rhythmic assistance from a wooden block-esq sound. As the vocals continuously insist, the beat does in fact go harder. The second drop is certifiably insane as he slows it down. The grimy synth plunks grab hold of you like a puppet and force you to wave those trap arms like you just don’t care. The pixelated breakdowns provide the backdrop for all sorts of craziness to commence. 

Stream the new single below from Eliminate and be sure to keep it locked to his socials for the latest announcements surrounding new music. We can assure you that he will be a name you will be hearing a lot of buzz from.

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