Switching things up towards Taiwanese bass and electronic styles, SHUZ and LucyPIE have teamed up for “Now We Here” a brand-new single that fires up with multi-cultural influences.
SHUZ x LucyPIE set the bar high in merging together the modern sound of electronic trap with the new emerging asian rap scene. Following LucyPIE’s Blessed EP, composed of tracks with asian superstars Ou-Yang Na Na, “Now We Here” is a bold song to carry the mood of 2019 on more music from LucyPIE. The track flares out of the gate with a haunting power beneath the bassline, steadily leading up towards a raging drop. Packed with tons of strength to take over clubs or festivals, “Now We Here” is an ideal glimpse into both these artist’s creative musical repertoire.
“I had a blast producing this track, the goal was to merge the modern electronic sound with the new asian rap scene, creating something new and fresh for the listeners.” – SHUZ
Originally from New York, and a classically trained violinist since the age of four, SHUZ is currently studying at the renowned Berklee College of Music and is rolling on in 2019 with three singles of the year thus far. Continuing to push boundaries of bass music throughout Asia, SHUZ has gained recognition from Ekali, Atliens, Bonnie x Clyde, Thieves, and Max Styler, as well as one of Asia’s top DJ influencers, Rayray.
LucyPIE, from Taiwan, is slaying expectations as a 20-year-old rapper by playing some of Asia’s biggest venues including the Taipei Arena which holds a capacity of over 30,000 people. With big plans in collaborating with artists spanning the music spectrum, we have fantastic expectations of the diverse sounds and styles to come from LucyPIE.
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