Superave. is juiced up bro. His latest single, “Chrome,” is a wonky dubstep dinger, thiccer than a bowl of oatmeal, and part of a healthy balanced breakfast.
Listen, Superave. is someone we should all be paying attention to. Embodying the sounds of post-modern urban street culture. This South Carolina experimental bass producer blends 90’s era hip-hop influences with hard-hitting sound design. On more than one occasion, industry professionals have rinsed his work. Both Deadbeats, AND Gud Vibration radio features have consequently made him a hot topic of discussion. But it was Zeds Dead, dropping his tune “2047” at Lost Lands, that got us hooked.
“Chrome” is out via Morflo Records, also the label created by Mersiv. Showcasing his hip-hop influences immediately with trap drums and vocal samples, the build-up is bouncy, yet suspenseful. With anticipation rising, the drop delivers twists and turns every experimental fan will adore. Not only does this track completely f**k you senseless, it provides the after-care necessary for a healthy relationship.
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