MY BAD Drops New Bass-Heavy EP, “All In”

MY BAD Drops New Bass-Heavy EP, “All In”

The music industry has become more crowded than ever, with countless artists vying for attention in an oversaturated market. To stand out, artists must bring a unique perspective to their music, pushing boundaries and creating something truly fresh. That’s why producer and musician MY BAD is making waves with his latest EP, “All In”. With its driving basslines, heavy drops, and intricate sound design, the EP showcases MY BAD’s unique perspective on the genre, with a touch of 2023 style that sets it apart from other releases in the scene.

MY BAD’s sound has been years in the making, starting at the young age of 16 when he fell in love with the bass music scene. Attending raves and listening to dubstep quickly became a passion, and after a year of learning the ropes, he started producing and DJing. However, with the saturation of the EDM industry, he faced the challenge of standing out as a producer. He wanted to create a brand that fans could get behind, and he knew that good music alone wasn’t enough. MY BAD set out to find himself and his unique perspective, and the result is the EP, “All In”.

The EP’s opening track, “Visions”, sets the tone for the rest of the project with its heavy bass and infectious melody. MY BAD’s love for dubstep and bass music is apparent in every track, but he also incorporates elements of trap and future bass. The EP also showcases MY BAD’s versatility, with its slowed-down tempo and dreamy atmosphere in some places, before bringing the energy back up with its explosive drop. Like its predecessors, “Visions” is a well-crafted masterpiece fans can’t help but fall in love with.

Over the years, MY BAD has cemented his reputation as an innovative DJ and producer. He has notable career highlights, including DJ residencies in Denver, San Diego, and Los Angeles. His previous releases have already gained recognition, with “Crazy For Falling” with ARIUS surpassing 3 million streams on Spotify, and his self-released “Delusions EP” gaining over 1.5 million streams. With the release of “All In”, MY BAD’s career is sure to continue on an upward trajectory.

The creation of “All In” is a return to MY BAD’s roots and a reminder to release his music into the world rather than holding back in an attempt to perfect it. He realized that doing so hindered his progress and decided to let his creativity flow freely. The result is a project that showcases his love for the genre and his unique perspective.

Looking ahead, MY BAD hopes to be touring, playing festivals, and releasing even more music. He aspires to reach a global audience with his music and play festivals that he once attended as a fan, and with the success of “All In”, it seems that his dreams and aspirations are within reach. With releases on esteemed labels and a growing fanbase, MY BAD is poised to continue pushing the boundaries of bass music and solidifying his place as one of the most exciting producers in the game. Whether in the studio crafting new tracks or on stage performing for his fans, MY BAD is a force to be reckoned with, and “All In” is just the beginning of what promises to be an incredible journey.

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