Its official! We’re getting Cult Classics Vol. 2, but TVBOO said we can give you exclusive listen to “Check” his second track off the EP… as a treat.
Time to put on your dancing shoes, our favorite Mississippian is back with a second installment of his killer Cult Classics series.
The only thing thiccer than this southern producer’s personality are his super thicc beats. He’s back to help get you through the rest of 2020. Mitch Draper, known as TVBOO, has been working hard and having fun.
Since Cult Classics Vol 1., TVBOO has gotten more recognition for his craft. His ability to weave distorted sounds through incredibly unique basslines, accompanied by infamous vocal samples are completely out of this world.
Now, TVBOO teams up with BLVK SHEEP for his second track off the Cult Classics Vol. 2 EP.
“Check” brings you in with its bubbly melody, a couple of hypnotic snares and you’re hit with a deep bassline. This bass hitting you is like taking the phattest dab to the face. “Check” will quite literally check you, and that’s on mf baby. This certified ass slapper of a tune is a massive one, and you get to throw ass to it right now as a treat.
Our jack of all trades doesn’t stop there, he also also has his own podcast. 12/10 recommend for the full TVBOO experience: hilarity, chaos, mild takes and entertaining guests all strung together with his outspoken southern personality. If podcasts aren’t your thing, TVBOO also has a video series titled “TVBOO TVLKS.” Seriously, this dude does it all!
His growing success is undeniable; his co-headlining the “Eat My Sass” tour with DMVU, and releasing heavy hitters. The young producer got to work with really good friends for this EP to bring us some of the best collabs of the year. You absolutely love to see it!
Listen to “Check” by TVBOO and BLVK SHEEP Here Exclusively via Electric Hawk
Out now on Wakaan!
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