Wax Motif delivers fresh album cut, ‘All Black Everything,’ with Corrupt (UK) and Scrufizzer
House music royalty Wax Motif has just ushered the first single from his forthcoming album Hard Street with “All Black Everything,” via his own imprint, Divided Souls. Wax once again springs onto the scene, joining forces with British icons, Corrupt (UK), and Scrufizzer. This track comes in as the Los Angeles-based producer and Scrufizzer’s third collaborative release, following their most recent track “A1,” and unforgettably, club hitter, “Skank and Flex.”
Laying down a crisp baseline, the track builds up with a forward-driving yet menacing grit, intertwining with Scrufizzer’s unique sound. The bass house hip-hop conjunction falls perfectly in line with Wax’s incredibly well-honed production style.
The Australian purveyor and Divided Souls boss has taunted fans with this track long before its release, playing the record during two livestream events, EDC Las Vegas’ Virtual Rave-A-Thon and HARD Summer’s BBQ Rave-A-Thon. Fans have been waiting patiently for the release of Wax Motif’s forthcoming album, and thankfully, “All Black Everything” has appeased the masses…for now.
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