Just last month, Brooklyn tropical-bass label Dutty Artz released a new 10-track compilation called Iswayski Says Ur Good Bread. Ranging from reggaeton to dub to violently percussive juke to atmospheric hip-hop, this collection is an overtly diverse showcase of up-and-coming talent, featuring tracks from the likes of Nadus, Annalove, Lil Jabba, Knox, and featured here, Boody. "Guap" is a menacing, drum-heavy track with a large helping of sustained sub-bass topped with creepy, indecipherable vocal clips. Drones of what sounds like alarms propel the madness throughout, and will undoubtedly keep listeners on the edge of their seat, or at least in the middle of the dancefloor.
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