Nitti Gritti Releases “Blame On Me,” First Track on New “C’est La Vie” EP
Nitti Gritti is about to unleash his “C’est La Vie” EP on the electronic music world, and you can bet that it’s filled with only the dirtiest trap beats as well as vocal performances by Nitti himself. Always seeking innovative ways to up his music game, Nitti Grittii created “C’est La Vie” by doing all of the vocals, songwriting, producing, mixing and mastering himself. The EP opens with “Blame On Me,” a track full of devil-may-care attitude and reverberating basslines that makes it the perfect track for a Friday night out. Nitti Gritti‘s synthesized voice meticulously delivers line after line of irreverent lyrics, such as “I make all of this music for myself now, I’m just used to makin’ everybody elses,” a signal to his audience that he’s fully come into his own. “Blame On Me” is the first of three tracks on the “C’est la Vie” EP, which carries the theme of electronic-rap fusion. “I made C’est La Vie on nights when I would just go out back to my studio and make trap beats and get inspired by my favorite rap artists. It’s basically my tribute to fusing electronic music and rap,” says Nitti. Stay tuned for the next tracks dropping on November 29th and December 6th!
Constantly pushing boundaries and breaking barrier with his music, Nitti Gritti first gained notoriety with his remixes of tracks like San Holo‘s “Lights” and Kanye‘s “All of the Lights,” which went viral and has been played by industry heavyweights such as Diplo, Jauz, NGHTMRE, Mija, Ookay, Tiesto and more. He then proved his skill as a producer in his own right with his original single “Dirty Dancing.” In only a short year, Nitti Gritti has seen major success with his releases “Too Much,” “Famous,” and “Sick,” and now is delivering more new, original music with the “C’est La Vie” EP and another EP on Tchami‘s label “Confessions” next month. Nitti is also about to embark on a world tour, which is a massive step for an artist so early in their career. With so much look to forward to and heavy industry support, there’s no doubt this is only the beginning of a very bright future for Nitti Gritti.
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