Kayzo unleashes aggressive bass cut, ‘Say It’
Known for his impeccable intertwining of metal influence with heavier dance music, Welcome Records label head Kayzo is back with his latest bone-crushing dubstep venture, “Say It,” to usher in his next EP. Kayzo has already blessed fans’ ears with an onslaught of collaborations this year, teaming up with a handful of artists spanning multiple genres such as Lil Texas, Ray Volpe, Crankdat, and Calcium.
Metal guitar shreds meet railbreaking dubstep in “Say It,” which marks Kayzo’s first solo release of the year. The song’s first break gives the main bass plenty of space to breathe in a classic quarter note riddim-esque pattern. While this first break is ideal for head banging, the second relies more heavily on metal components, creating an aggressive mosh pit-tailored sound. “Say It” is certain to make its rounds during the next festival season, whenever that may be.
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