BeazyTymes is a name everyone should have gotten used to hearing years ago, before his famous xx remixes were removed from the internet, and well before Soundcloud had him hanging in the six with Drake and their woes. No matter the blunder, this kid just keeps on keeping on, pumping out some of the heaviest, freshest tracks. He is nothing if not way ahead of his time, but in the same breath his music would have you believing he may be the ghost of genres past.
Something haunts his latest track.
All of its slasher movie feels, plus the first-name-Mari connotations, ‘Juana,’ stars just about every genre under the general notion of the term bass music. Dubstep, trap, and ye old faithful drum n bass come together to creating a hybrid sound that can only be described as Beazy. This anonymous superhero thinks you should get really familiar with yung BeazyTymes. His level of talent far surpasses his age, and when he grows up and comes up, you will wish you weren’t still napping on one of the hottest players in the game.
But he’ll be an OG by then and you’ll be hopping on the bandwagon.
Me, I’ll be chilling with this fatty, fresh ‘Juana’ and sipping on my iced tea. It is astounding the innovation an artist like BeazyTymes possesses, and that is put into play on this tune. It is this aforementioned ability to flawlessly transition genres from one drop to another build, and then mixing everything together for this feel that transcends the need for any genre at all. Beazy outdoes himself with every track, and this one is stupid impressive. One sick trap build into a dubstep drop, and then filled with drum and bass and every note rearranges your face, especially because of how jarring yet simultaneously, shockingly sweet it sounds as a finished product.
The first drop about a minute in is where ‘Juana’ starts to get really crazy, but it is one sharply produced cluster*ck from beginning to end. The synths throughout are so heavy and deep, and oh…the second drop is just as good as the first. Even though electronic music tracks rarely follow traditional songwriting aspects such as a bridge, what feels like one takes us into another run of all of this good stuff.
It ends rather abruptly, but for this fire it seems better to burn bright and fade out abruptly than to slowly fade away. The former leaves us yearning for more. Every little fraction of a second of this flame was much to this scriber’s satisfaction, and worthy of acclaim. Beazytymes stays bringing the head, and nothing stops him from cranking out the dopest of fresh sounds. Except for his school work, but that is understandable.
Blaze on this fire right here.
BeazyTymes – Juana | Free Download
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