Badrapper drops nationwide tour dates, new mid-tempo boomer Creepin

Badrapper drops nationwide tour dates, new mid-tempo boomer Creepin

The Sydney don teams up with JACKNIFE for the two-toned track.

If you see gatherings of sweaty young folk walking out of a nightclub near you, have no fear – it’s just the aftermath of any Badrapper set, ever – and we recommend you get used to the sight. The on-the-rise Sydney bass producer just announced he’s jumping en-route his debut national tour – pretty much right at this moment. This guy wastes no time, and it shows in his output. His frequent releases have consistently left many poor souls around the world with their necks broken. Last month he released Swisher with his frequent collab bud, NXSTY, on Steve Aoki’s label, Dim Mak Records.

Now, alongside tour dates, he’s just dropped his latest release, Creepin feat. JACKNIFE. It’s two worlds of electronic colliding, and it works. Badrapper has no qualms about showing off his ability to slide across genres like it’s NBD. So bask in this first drop, cause it’s a heavy dose of mid-tempo filth, before in comes the second, where he switches it up to his classic trap style. We highly recommend you take a listen below, and get your body over to a show.

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