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[Trap] GG Magree – One By One

The name GG Magree will be familiar to fans of Zeds Dead and NGHTMRE. The all around talent GG provided some top notch vocals for the “Frontlines” collab, but now she’s making major moves on her own with a debut single. “One By One” is that first step.

GG keeps her ties with Deadbeats Records going with this release. She’s one of Australian’s best talents and this track will show you why. As a DJ, producer and singer, she’s got more going for her than most and she’s not holding back in showing just what she can bring to the table. “One By One” is one of the top bass releases of the Summer. The energy on this is hard to rival and we hope to see her continue with her career releasing hits like this. Don’t be surprised when you see GG at the tippy top of the game. Get your copy of her debut single today.

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[Future Bass] Zeds Dead x NGHTMRE – Frontlines feat. GG Magree (Kid Froopy Remix)

Zeds Dead x NGHTMRE
Frontlines (ft. GG Magree) [Kid Froopy Remix]

As a part of the official Frontlines Remix EP, Kid Froopy‘s take on the Zeds Dead x NGHTMRE single has been released. Available on digital services through Deadbeats, this future bass flip is just the groovy tune you need for your digital library.

Kid Froopy is a name you need to know if you don’t already. He’s been on our radar for some time and now he’s being officially commissioned by some of the biggest names in dance music, so if that doesn’t sway you, then maybe this remix will. It’s a bit more straightforward than KF’s usual works, but this sound is right in his wheelhouse. On an EP with the likes of Habstrakt, Wuki, Megalodon and Crankdat, it would be hard to stick out, but that’s just what Kid Froopy does.

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[Future Bass] Zeds Dead x NGHTMRE – Frontlines (feat. GG Magree)

Zeds Dead meets NGHTMRE; it’s great, what would you expect? Their collaboration on “Frontlines” may not be what you expect stylistically, but it will pass any set of expectations of quality. Furthermore, GG Magree lends her lovely vocals to the mix to really make this single a memorable one.

“Frontlines” has the usually heavier acts going future bass. Really though, these acts can succeed at anything they put their minds to, as they have already proved in the past. “Frontlines” has the iconic soaring synths that really stick out within the genre, but aren’t so easy to come by. Some producers can’t nail the anthemic feel that should come with them, but that is not lacking one bit in “Frontlines.” Released through Deadbeats, “Frontlines” is currently available for purchase at the digital store of your preference.

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