Hydraulix Concrete

Hydraulix Mixes Up Hip-Hop and Metallic Bass in ‘Concrete.’

Have you ever heard a song as hard as “Concrete?” Hydraulix recently rolled out “Concrete,” another tune from his debut album, Imposter Syndrome. This track is the third single off his album, and it’s a hard-hitting mix of hip-hop and grimey hybrid trap music. Hydraulix teams up with hip-hop artist Jasiah for this healthy helping of bass.

Jasiah’s screamo-type vocals and Hydraulixs’ production mashes two different styles and makes a diverse piece of art.

From start to end, you feel the high-energy vibes from this tune. The lyrical work from Jasiah brings the intensity, while Hydraulix brings the hard stuff with that gritty sub-bassline throughout “Concrete.” This heat made me sweat in my seat, and I have the thermostat set below 60 degrees. Speaking of that sweet heat, Hydraulix has recently released a trap banger in “Waratah,” and a hip-hop classic “Another Minute.” Plus, we still have the rest of Imposter Syndrome to listen through in just a few short months. 

Don’t miss the latest heater from Hydraulix! “Concrete” is out now on WAKAAN:

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