After playing an instrumental role in the breakthrough of the collective group La Meme Gang with his trademark and unique sounds, the young producer would go on to produce for Ground Up’s Hitman Kwesi Arthur and songs on Joey B’s EP.
Elevating his trademark in all ways, the producer previously released a project named “Rage Into The Good Night” introducing the world into his side of the universe, with heavy bass lines and energetic production alongside his own vocals, yes his own vocals!!
On “3y3 mea”, a Trap-psychedelic type of production well layered by Dj Kwamzy and Itsjenkins, the producer steps out from behind the booth to manifest his love for his trademark and craft, claiming he is never switching up his style to suit others, the song features a heavy rap verse from London’s Brudda Nay.
It’s a song that carries an inspirational message about sticking to your trademark and growing that trademark. With a well-customized fiddle string, laced with synths, he declares his style in a vocoder fused effect vocals, is here to stay and doesn’t have plans on switching it up, calling himself a “Son of Ye” in the second verse.
The Visuals is one of the kind, shot by BDZRKO, it features both artists performing the song, with satisfying shots from the Uk and Ghana. the La Meme in house producer plays ringmaster to his trippy yet raging craft and centers the main attraction at the same time. Stream “3y3 Mea” alongside the visuals on all known platforms.