The space boss is back, and he brought everyone’s favorite pigtailed producer/rapper for an insane new collaboration. Liquid Stranger and WRECKNO just released their massive new showpiece, “Holla,” and honestly, we couldn’t be more […]
The space boss is back, and he brought everyone’s favorite pigtailed producer/rapper for an insane new collaboration. Liquid Stranger and WRECKNO just released their massive new showpiece, “Holla,” and honestly, we couldn’t be more excited.
The Wakaan wizard and his label-mate have been rinsing their new collaboration in recent performances, at both festival stages, and on each artists’ respective tour, and the response from fans has been nothing short of phenomenal.
Liquid Stranger has paved the way for several years as a pioneer in the experimental bass community. Teaming up with one of the most rapidly rising producers/lyricists in WRECKNO, we have been anxiously awaiting the release of this wild new collab.
WRECKNO always manages to astound us with his ability to dominate both the decks and the mic. When he’s not throwing down some of the most lively booty-shaking beats, he’s often dropping bars for fans with his impressive lyrical prowess. Aside from his musical expertise, WRECKNO’s jaw-dropping stage presence and uplifting spirit set him apart from any other artist in the dubstep community as his live shows are truly unmatchable. Peep our interview with the young queer legend here.
From beginning to end, “Holla” is beyond filthy and guaranteed to have your head bobbing and legs wobbling. WRECKNO wastes no time picking up the mic and laying down some killer bars. Liquid Stranger then comes in as the beat drops, taking the track to the next level with an addition of a diverse modulation of sounds paired with absurd levels of bass. WRECKNO brings “Holla” to a close, displaying his capability to destroy any lyrics in front of him as he savagely matches Liquid Stranger’s tempo.
WRECKNO and Liquid Stranger wanted to give fans something truly unique, unlike anything we’ve heard from either of them before, and they delivered flawlessly. What was your favorite part of “Holla?” Let us know in the comments below or on our social media!