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Wreckno, jordnmoody, And Ujuu ‘FTSU’ With New Collaboration

It may be winter, but the new single from Wreckno, jordnmoody, and Ujuu has us feeling like it’s hot girl summer all over again. The vibrant, high energy release on WAKAAN, “FTSU,” is an ode to all bass lovers.

Embracing diversity in their backgrounds, Michigan native Wreckno, California based jordnmoody, and Indiana gem Ujuu find strength in numbers for this upbeat hit.

Coming off an already hot year, the charismatic producer and personality Wreckno continues to steamroll into 2021, following his previous collaboration with GRiZ and fusing his own lane between rap and dance music. Moving to Indianapolis, it was only a matter of time before Wreckno paired up with emerging hybrid-trap talent Ujuu, bringing Solace Family labelmate jordnmoody into the equation to make this booty-shakin’ bop.

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“FTSU” – Out now on WAKAAN

What does “FTSU” stand for? Wrong answers only.

Deep, low subs immediately become apparent, snatching your attention (and wigs) right from the start. Other elements gradually make their way to the forefront of the track; high-pitched percussion seasoned in over a repeated vocal sample. Eventually, the rhythmic basslines and Wreckno’s sassy rap verses take the drivers seat, and soon enough, you’ll be moving your hips without even trying. This song has a canny ability to make you want to FTSU.

Listen to “FTSU” by Wreckno, jordnmoody, and Ujuu below – out now on WAKAAN!

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