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SINGLE REVIEW: I Got A Problem by G.H. Hat

Widely-known remix genius G.H. Hat is back with another mix that is begging to be shared. It’s and EDM track that is ready for the masses, ready for the festival goers to jump, pump, and all-out rage to when the time hits. “I Got A Problem” has massive appeal with its sexy dance mix. It has some Electronic and Bass feel to it but it’s all mainly reliant on House, and bringing the house down with a massive party blowout. We’re having a little trouble trying to make it as to why this is different from other EDM House track but we can’t, and that’s the reason why this track is going to be so big. It has the influence of Calvin Harris, Martin Garrix, Tiesto, all of the above to create the jam that we all love to party. That’s just what it is, it’s a party jam.

Let’s break it down as to why it’s like any other House track. It has the same lyrics that people will sing to because they can relate, “I Got A Problem”, followed by a slight chant of woo. The House drums are expected, with a quick synth wave turnaround as it goes from quick to slow to back to quick. We’ve also go the quick tempo hand claps to let listeners know it’s about to get hyped. When the beat does drop, which is way too soon that others, it’s the same House level drop that you’d expect. It seems like we are thrashing this track but we’re actually praising it. It’s taking advantage of what the demographics say is the most enjoyable tune to listen to among the young and middle ages. It’s what is popular right now and he’s taking it on full stride. Listen to the song and tell us we’re wrong, tell us it doesn’t sound like every House track you’ve ever listened to.

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by Harrison Morgan

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