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Dirty Audio and BL3R Team Up for Heavy-Hitting Trap/Rap Release “Bandana” ft. G-Unit’s Young Buck

Always the maestro of heavy beats, Dirty Audio is back with his newest track “Bandana” in a huge collaboration with rapper and G-Unit member Young Buck and trap duo BL3R. Dare we say it, “Bandana” is one of the hardest-hitting tracks of Dirty‘s yet and forays extensively into the realms of trap and rap influences; delivering intensive percussion and rhythmic drops over Young Buck‘s meticulously but seamlessly flowing verses, this track is one you can both headbang and rap along to. The combination of Young Buck‘s rapping, B3LR‘s trap influence and Dirty‘s insane bass is certainly not for the faint of heart, it is guaranteed to have you feeling like a boss in under three minutes. Download your copy from Spinnin’ Records/Trap City today.

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In the short time since his initial climb to stardom, Dirty Audio has been a force to be reckoned with. His approach to creating hybrid dance music with a guaranteed dirty beat has garnered him attention from some of the industry’s most respected labels – including Mad DecentPanda FunkUltraDim MakMonstercat and Spinnin’ RecordsBL3R are newer to the scene, but have already garnered incredible hype about their skillful trap productions; they were the only artists to win two Beatport remix competitionssince Zedd in his early days, so keep an eye out for these two. Hailing from a different musical world, Young Buck gained notoriety from his platinum G-Unit release “Beg for Mercy” and multiple critically acclaimed albums. With such esteemed collaborations, Dirty Audio is continuously expanding his improve and proving there is nothing he can’t do.

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