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Riot Ten & CHRMNDRS Join for Bass Heavy Tune “Poppin” ft. Krystall Poppin

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Major hard-hitting acts, Riot Ten and CHRMNDRS are ready to pack the room with hardcore drops and beats in new single “Poppin” featuring Krystall Poppin via Dim Mak. This new tune follows a massive year for these artists and certainly gets listeners excited to once again experience festival life.

“Poppin” is bass heavy to no surprise and with the help from CHRMNDRS who was recently featured on Buygore’s Summer 2020 compilation, this is undeniably one of the most intense bangers to land this year. To add some additional flair, Riot Ten enlisted help from his close friend, Krystall Poppin, who lends her energetic vocals. The rising Texas rapper made a heavy impact back in 2019 when she opened for Cardi B at a hometown concert, the same year her Raw Gold Honey album peaked at #45 on the iTunes album charts.

“I’d been wanting to make a new obnoxiously hype record for when festivals return, and as you don’t see many female rappers on dubstep songs, I reached out to my long time friend, Krystall Poppin, to bring the vocal heat. Teaming up with CHRMNDRS, one of my favorite up and coming producers right now, was the cherry on top. I’ve been playing this one out in my live streams and mixes for a while and the response has been huge. Beyond excited for this to finally drop!” -Riot Ten

Rising DJ, producer, and content creator, Ciara Graves, has been a dedicated Writer & Editor for The Nocturnal Times while simultaneously crafting her most electrifying projects yet. Having originally produced under the alias Graveheart for a few years, she is now working towards taking a more sophisticated approach with her music by focusing on the meaningful connection between the visual and auditory realms. Ciara studied Music Production & Recording Arts at Elon University '20 and completed Icon Collective's online music production program in Spring '21.

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