It was just over a year ago when Masia One turns industry heads with the release of her fourth studio project, Bootleg Cultured, which boasted a heavy dose of 16 original tracks alongside collaborations with RZA, Cammy and more.
Kick-starting this year’s fall season, she’s back with the release of Bootleg Culture Remixed on Muti Music.
Masia One is an artist who transcends boundaries. In less than ten years, she has established herself as a musical pioneer, visual artist, businesswoman, and tastemaker. Her work blurs cultural expectations, challenging traditional gender norms as it continues to gain respect through its seamless blending of political awareness, emcee skill and top-notch sound.
This 8-track remix pack includes top productions from some of the leading pioneers of Bass and Glitch music, namely Kraddy, ill.Gates and An-ten-nae, some banging urban bass from 2013 man of the moment TASO, as well as some powerful dance beats from emerging stars like Rex Riot, Man In A Loft and Rayna Zemel. The eclectic selection of remixes displayed throughout the EP delivers a twist of styles that wholly complimentMasia’s hip-hop influenced productions.
The lead remix of ‘Warriors Tongue’ by Rex Riot starts the EP off with keeping the emphasis on the release’s key musical component, Masia One. Coupled with an addictive tribal drum-kick, the beat builds up into an aggressive drop layered with heavy distortion, definitive synth stabs and Masia’s edgy lyrical flow, all in a Dancehall-driven rhythm.
As you breeze through the rest of the remixes, you’ll soon discover that her work is capable of being tailored through of variety of style mediums. Whether you find yourself to be a dedicated basshead, trap fiend or avid moombahton addict, there’s a song in this EP for everyone. All in all, Bootleg Culture Remixed hits the bass frequencies from all sides and a variety of tempos in a way that makes this a standout, ready to make you dance remix EP.