Futuristic - Dirty Chucks

Posted 2 years ago
Producer:
Judge
Album:
Traveling Local

With a name like Futuristic, you might be expecting something that sounds, well, futuristic, but the artist’s latest single is as old-school as a pair of Dirty Chucks. To craft a beat like the one on display here, one that grabs you right from the start, it can take more than one person. Enter Judge, who cooks up the intoxicating, vibrant backdrop as DJ Hoppa gives the song its edge with some razor-sharp cuts. Futuristic may win you over with his authentic, passionate delivery, but don’t call him soft; his swift, surgical flow doesn’t mess around. Dirty Chucks is set to appear on the Bloomington, IL native’s upcoming album, Traveling Local. While you wait for further details, why not check out the artist’s last solo feature, Day by Day?

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