The infamous Gud Vibrations label head, NGHTMRE, continues to demolish barriers and shatter expectations. For his latest release, NGHTMRE links up with rapper, Smokepurpp, on “MOSH.” Out now via Ultra […]
The infamous Gud Vibrations label head, NGHTMRE, continues to demolish barriers and shatter expectations. For his latest release, NGHTMRE links up with rapper, Smokepurpp, on “MOSH.” Out now via Ultra Music, the brutal hip-hop track is paired with terrorizing 808s and menacing rap flows.
Although he is known for dominating the electronic scene, NGHTMRE is known to flourish in hip-hop arena just as well. Changing gears multiple times, he has crafted tracks featuring A-list rap names such as A$AP Ferg, Gunna, Wiz Khalifa, PnB Rock, and more. Solidifying his status as one of dance and hip-hop’s most immersive producers, NGHTMRE’s is adding yet another banger to his repertoire with “MOSH”.
Here’s what NGHTMRE had to say about his new collaboration with Smokepurpp:
“Smokepurpp is one of my favorite people in the hip hop world right now. Getting to work together on this song and video was so dope! The energy when he’s on set or just in the room is always noticeably higher. We really wanted to create a new anthem for bass music that would get the mosh pits goin at our live shows!! He crushed it on this track and his performance in the video as well.” – NGHTMRE
Being no stranger to the spotlight, Smokepurpp has worked with Jack Harlow, Offset, Travis Scott, and countless chart-topping rap artists. As he ascends toward stardom, this isn’t the first time he’s has delved into the electronic world, since recently working with producers Wuki and R3HAB.
Needless to say, “MOSH” is a massive addition to both artists’ discographies, due to NGHTMRE’s evident production ability mixed with Smokepurpp’s slamming lyricism. NGHTMRE continues to skyrocket in the world of hip-hop production, making it nearly impossible to ignore his versatility with this release. This iconic collaboration is the prime example of breaking genre limitations.
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