American Yard - One Day At A Time

Posted 7 years ago
Producer:
Minim (Co-Produced by Stevie English)
Album:
Untitled Debut

Imagine an international hit record—what sound springs to mind?  If you ask me, a worldwide smash is something that would make good background music at a soccer game, accompanied by the voices of 100,000 screaming fans. If their latest single is any indication, American Yard are in agreement.  On arena-ready banger One Day At A Time, USA representative Blewz, Britain’s Steve English, and Jamaica’s Stacy-Ann join forces to—you guessed it—take over the world!  (”Of course!”)  And what’s a global domination scheme without some powerful production? Minim and Steve English‘s amped-up instrumental fits the bill and then some, complete with a massive drumline and a chanting crowd.  If you think the Yard have got what it takes to achieve global (and chart) supremacy, help them out by giving ODAAT the rotation it deserves, and watch for their as-yet untitled debut album to hit stores in late fall.

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