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SNBRN brings the heat with Ghetto Ass Bitches

Friday, December 09, 2016
Snehal Yarlagadda
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L.A.-based producer, SNBRN has gained a massive following since his remixes of 'Grind with Me,' a 50 Cent classic and 'Return of the Mack' by Mark Morrison. Having released groovy, melodic tracks like 'California' and 'Raindrops' that radiate the summer vibes, it's not hard to see why so many people are drawn to his music.

SNBRN - Raindrops

He branded his music as "Sunset House" and has described it in previous interviews as music that's "higher energy than you would hear during the day but not as crazy as 2 AM in a nightclub." His tracks 'Gangsta Walk' and 'Beat the Sunrise' echo this with their uplifting mellow beats but more recently his new releases have been moving away from this aspect as he continues to dabble in hip-hop driven house music or G House. His remix of 'House Work' by Jax Jones was by far my favorite remix of the track because of his ability to blend the hip-hop vocal with his deep bassline. This was just the starting point for his deeper, bass heavy house tracks. It's hard to not hear his distinctive bassline in his collaboration with Sevenn for their track 'What You Need'. But, he outdid himself by bringing the heat with his latest release 'Ghetto Ass Bitches', which is an absolutely mental track.

SNBRN - Ghetto Ass Bitches

It takes the listener on a journey as it starts a little dark but picks up, which gets the listener hooked. Progressing into a vocal before the deep bassline drops. I'd be lying if I said I didn't start dancing at this point. He then goes into a lighter melody that leads into the vocal taking us back to that bassline. It's incredible to see SNBRN grow as an artist, as he goes back to his roots in G House. This is certainly his most bass heavy track yet and hopefully we get to hear more of this.

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