WE IN JERSEY RIGHT NOW #2 - A Look at the My Favorite Jersey Club Songs of 2023 So Far


Well, shit.

  Last time I was on here, I said I was gonna be back in a few weeks. Well what I meant was actually a few MONTHS. Nah, but glad to be back on here posting more lists about bullshit that y'all love to go through. Going back to Jersey to showcase some of the best club tunes of the year so far. No club rap sadly; just strictly club tunes coming from the scene itself. Lots of crazy shit happening this year. Loads of newcomers. But what remains the same is that it's still the same damn good quality as always. Enough stalling and let's get into it:

Starting off the list with an early-in-the-year Tiktok hit showcasing 2 of club music's best newcomers. Darillis is a Rochester, NY native who has been putting his city on his back, while prodbyabnormal is much more of a mysteriously enigmatic internet figure, yet both have garnered respectable fan bases due to multiple hits through the Tok. Here, they flip this uwu-ass, flower crown tumblr song into an uplifting angel food cake of a club tune, where that constant thumping of bass paired with the airy "Oooooo Oooo Ahhhhhh Ahhhhs" can send anyone floating to their nearest grocery store aisle so that they can publicly record themselves dancing to it in front of Nana Andrews from down the street. Super simple, but it just works so damn well.

This might be a controversial thing to say, but Miami's Mg Burto might really be the front runner of the 2023 Jersey Club MVP award, as the run that he's been on is honestly one of the most overlooked things in all of electronic music this year. Just a year or two ago, he was this novice producer whose insanity got him collabs with some of Jersey's best, while now, he's been carving his own path, making his own sound, and influencing many newcomers to the scene. Here, you got somebody getting their ass whooped by allergies while Burto is suffocating you with bass only that he could conjure up. Then you have these fucking ridiculous tempo fluctuations that feel like jumping onto a treadmill going 800 mph. You're holding on for dear life until you're a pile of bones, as you're just ravaged by the time Burto says it's done. One of one.


Another newcomer to the scene over the past year has been Philly's HydroBoi, someone who has some of the most insane energy out of anyone making club music at the moment. A lot of that can be attributed to the high-energy club music that has been coming out of Philly for years, however Hydro hits that sweet spot between Philly tangin goodness and TikTok virality that could get anybody sick in a 5 mile radius. Now take one of the most important SoundCloud hits of the 2020s, inject it with enough stimulants to keep somebody up for a millennium, and then you get this monstrosity of a tune. Sigilkore's occult insanity is a perfect template for Hydro to make the original sound like it's blasting off into eternal nothingness, as the frantic moving basslines here throw my head on a swivel. Super short, but it makes you feel like running through layers of brick walls and doing the Ray Lewis dance afterwards whilst bleeding from your head.

 You know damn well this was inevitable as hell but Brasil has now joined in on the fun? I'm a really weird dude so I'm kinda like a purist when it comes to club music, where I mostly care about the music coming from the usual cities, however when it's good as hell like this, it's hard for me to ignore. ICQ BABY is one of the many monikers of São Paulo magician Agazero, as the multi-faceted producer has now given their interpretation of Jersey Club, gilding it with the irresistible flair of funk. Sure, some of it has that template-y feel that has barred me from enjoying a lot of the internet's interpretation of club music, however the way they throw in funk motifs and how it just feels so effortless just makes it hard to ignore. The aptly-named "HEAVEN" really does feel like gliding through the clouds while angelic cherubs are guiding you with their Tiktok dance moves. Still very internet-y, however super unique and one of my favorite side projects from anyone on Soundcloud.

McVertt parts are super hard to come by these days, as he's totally more focused on his producing ventures, but man, when one is unearthed, it's always some good shit. The highlight from a really stellar album from Project X member kaoticcc, this Eye of the Tiger remix can probably get you to clear the stairs that Rocky was running on in one jump. The constant gun clicking is almost torturous, but the way it melds so well with that farty guitar tone from the Survivor classic, it's a recipe for success. Vertt comes in with his signature pointy style that we all know him for and the groove produced here is second to none. Start shadow boxing when this one comes on.

Here, we got some more newcomers to the scene, where they give PinkPanthress about 5 bottles of 5 Hour Energy. ilyvirato, prodbyabnormal, and gangwalkk are all super young producers, however with this song, it's a bit hard to notice that as this is an exponentially breakneck journey through a murky wormhole of clubby goodness. Everything here just has you bobbing and weaving trying to avoid all of the chaos ensuing and by the end of it, you can barely hear the song that it's trying to remix. On paper, getting these kids to make songs where they're throwing about 30 pounds of bass and pushing the tempos up to like 200bpm doesn't really sound that appealing, however the execution here is flawless. 


When these three decided to randomly drop a collab tape back in June, I then started to finally believe in divine intervention. Jersey Club has seen its most batshit insane and innovative moments thanks to these Jersey natives over the past couple of years, as Steez, HaZe, and qua are some of the most important flag bearers in that left-field side of the scene. I like to look at them like Rothko paintings, because when the average normal motherfucker is going to listen to this, they're probably going to think that it's some ironic fake deep bullshit and scoff at it, but the real ones reading this know that this is some next level art at hand. With this cut off the tape, it feels like you're having a panic attack drowning in this muddled mess of sound. The samples are hardly comprehensible, you have to seriously give it a few listens to figure out whenever the hell the producers come in, and it just sounds so mammothly hellish. I've been cackling my head off for years about how these folks are unlike any other electronic producer in the world right now, and still to this day, they're proving me right.


Here you have club mainstays ChillzNYC and LilCanada link up to take this song that would go perfect with a thumbnail of a girl smoking weed and make this super dancey and energetic interpretation of the original tune. The end of Canada's part where he drops the melody and then Chillz's use of Dexter and Dee Dee are the big highlights here, but overall, it's just so damn good. 


Especially since this new club boom started, there's been an influx of anonymous newcomers and the most "out there" that I've come across is easily HONCHO, a nameless figure in the scene who seems more like a Jersey Club alchemist rather than just a plain ol' producer. Their sound is very "qua-adjacent," as the best that I can describe it is that it is like a dream - So much is happening in such a short period of time; you can barely comprehend what is even happening, so you have to give yourself some time to collect yourself and figure out what the fuck is going on. This Dragon Ball-influenced track exhibits that dreamlike state greatly, as everything feels so distant and indescribable, however after a few listens, you know that this kid is cooking. In terms of sound, one of the most unique producers around making club music.


Real ones remember this one from NBA 2k16. Burto teams up with one of the best in Jersey, Ayoo Lyve to make an absolutely insane remix of the DJ Mustard track. Of course, this track has Lyve end it, and that's seriously like giving the ball to your best guy with 10 seconds left to go in the game. You just know they're going to deliver and they sure as hell do as the tone immediately shifts into something more grandiose and serious when they come in. The random glimpses of LL Cool J, Doja Cat, and the Ting Tings blaze past you in such a jarring manner and it feels like Lyve is the final boss here to beat you ass. Banger.  


 Quite possibly the best Frank Ocean flip ever? (Plus I think there's a Jojo reference in here too for the sick fucks who watch that shit) Philly's Loog is another one of those newcomers this year who really hit the ground running with a ridiculous amount of stellar tunes. The #CountryClub originator teams up with club regular Bptheproducer to pretty much hypnotize you with how this is looped. It's barely 2 minutes long, but god damn it really feels like it's never going to end. Loog's part is super stoic and direct, while Bp really has a lot more fun and gets super playful with the sample. So good, you can't just play it once.


 Linden's PURR XD is probably the closest we have to Jersey Club hell. Everything he makes is just so abrasive - Like sandpaper that's wrapped in barbed wire grating the skin off of your face. This apocalyptic Sosa remix is like a futuristic army traveling back in time to face a medieval army of clueless peasants. It's so alien and unlike anything you have seen before, however the universal message is clear, which is that your time is absolutely up and there's nothing you can do about it. Just make sure you still have the ground beneath by the time this one is over.

Versatility was the first big Jersey Club release this year and the best in the game did not disappoint, as SteezTheProducer welcomed 2023 with some of his best work yet. The big highlight of the album is easily "Lighters," the auditory equivalent of getting strapped to a Lambo and going 0-60 in 2 seconds. The frantic horns at the beginning is the ignition kicking on, so by the time the first kick comes in, that unfathomable jolt of energy and speed comes and your ears are in a different area code compared to the rest of your body. The "Put ya's" and "Damn's" constantly ringing in your ears, the super melodious horn lines that keep going and going, and just the way everything culminates into this giant cloud of anxious energy - Only Steezo can make this a reality and it shows why he's one of the best in the world. 5 DOLLARS BUSTER


I think I say this every single time I put together a list of Jersey Club music, but seriously, it still holds that Jersey's JayIsFed is one of the most underrated producers in this whole scene. He's at that same level as a lot of current club stalwarts, but he's never mentioned with the rest of them, which is a travesty in my opinion. "smoove" is a tune where as soon as the first millisecond hits, you start moving every single bone in your body. The groove of that flangey guitar met with the surgically-precise flow from Jay just vaporizes the listener by the end. Give this dude some love!


I mentioned in my end-of-2022 Jersey review that Florida's raverobber was someone that you had to keep an eye on this year and let me say I TOLD Y'ALL MOTHERFUCKERS. The young producer has really made a name for herself lately and this collab with one of the best in Jersey Club, 2napps, shows that the hype is real. The mysterious melody makes it feel like 2napps and rave are out at night prowling through grimy streets looking for some trouble, but it's just the way both approach their parts with so much subtlety and finesse that make it the tune that it is. The small flashes of Ying Yang Twins and Woody from Toy Story are just jarring but overall, this is a hypnotizing exhibition that these new kids can hang with the vets.

We might have a Jersey Club first here - Fucking Eyedress? Lmao. But seriously, throughout my entire shitty writing career, what haven't I said about qua? I really do think this kid is Jersey's chosen one as he has every quality to push this genre further than anyone has ever gone before. While this tune is pretty tame for qua's standards, it's the way that Burger-Records-ass guitar lick is met with just a barrage of bassy flows that makes this stand out among the numerous amount of futuristic tunes coming from the Jersey native. Just high energy and makes you wanna do a kickflip off your mama's porch.

Shit, we just had rave and 2napps tear up the place a while ago and now you wanna add in wolfrum? Are these folks trying to kill me??? Nah but for real, this is a hell of a lineup to have for a club tune and they also wanna bring in a Slayworld sample for Hyperpop Daily to go all crazy and shit? This can't fail and it sure as fuck doesn't because this is just ridiculous. Here, various samples are coming from every single crevice of your audio equipment, everything feels so frigid and smooth like you're gliding on sheets of ice, and you're just shivering while rocking your hips the entire time. No offense to rave and wolfie, but 2napps's part where it's just the melody and that imposing orb of bass is just so damn good - It feels like all the gravity around you just vanished in a second and you're floating like a dumbass spaceman. All 3 show why they're some of the most exciting producers in the club scene - Easily one of the best trio tracks of the year.


I'm at the point of writing this where I'm ctrl+f'ing my whole doc to make sure I'm not saying "newcomer" a bajllion times, yet once again, we got another newcomer to the scene this year and here, he's with one of the juggernauts of Jersey. gangwalkk only started making tunes a few months ago, however from his recent output during the summer, you can't tell that at all because this dude is really shaping up to be something special. Now bring in one of Jersey Club's best this generation, rrodney, give them both a super somber piano ballad, and without fail, this is gonna be a good one. Gang starts it off forcefully, dictating that "Now rock..." like a well oiled machine, but it's parts like this that really makes me think rrodney is the best in Jersey right now. When he comes in, the sample gets super Paulstretchy, feeling like you're frozenly alone in space, and rrodney is the speeding ship blasting past you, as he doesn't miss a beat here. When it comes to atmosphere, hands down one of the best of the year.

When it comes to breathing new life into irresistible oldies, there is no one on this list who has done this better than Jersey City's LETSGOYANII, LabSisterz 1st producer in command who's easily in the conversation for the most underrated producer in the scene. Here, you get this intoxicating line of strings that stalks you the entire song while Yanii is just out of their damn mind. The way they layer those vocal runs to where it flows so smoothly is mind boggling - Plus, that fucking groove man, oh my GOD; each new line of madness results in a new part of your body spazzing out where by the end of it, you're looking like Squidward at the talent show. Just a pure heater from one of Jersey's most unsung heroes.



This is the shit that both my dreams and nightmares (HOL' UP WAIT A MINUTE) are made out of. Just abrasive evilness that a majority of y'all will probably not fuck with, but man, THIS IS THAT REAL SHIT. 2napps and Steez are always synonymous with this sound, however someone who doesn't get enough love on this side of spectrum is DJ Jern, as he really makes you feel stupid for sleeping on him because he hold his own with the greats here. I always describe this sound like this, but it seriously feels like an alien spaceship is crash landing onto your front lawn. Everything is just so unnaturally uncomfortable however you just can't keep your eyes off of it and never want it to end. One of the many reasons why, among the million of things going on, this style is the most exciting thing happening in Jersey Club.

Oh Vivski, you never let me down. Newark's Vivid The Producer dropped her highly anticipated album Retrograde back in June and proved once again that she is one of the best producers period in this whole scene. Everything she makes has such a pristine and professional feel to them, as if this is her 7th record with Warp or some other big time electronic label - She's just so damn good. Probably the best cut off of the album is "A Bird's Last Look," a remix of a Vada Vada earworm that just demolishes the original altogether. That plucky guitar loop which feels more akin to a vaporwave track than a Jersey Club tune is such a nice change of pace, but it's the way Vivid constructs these ridiculously hard-hitting breaks of bassy hell and slowly adds back that loop that makes this song turn me into a crazy person. Seriously one of the best in the game THAT ALL OF YOU ARE SLEEPING ON.


Man, this one just sounds like summer - Driving with all the windows down. That sweet cool breeze just washing over you - It's something you really can't get enough of. Jersey Club legend and TTN founder JDUB might have the title of "Best Ever Brent Remix" (Dude, there's so many in this damn genre lmao) as this Jackie Brown remix makes me feel I can take on the entire planet. That groove being spearheaded by the effigies of "DONKs" surrounding you gets anyone to move like the embarrassing cousin who loves to dance at family functions. For once, a song on this list that feels like it's not trying to maim you alive. It's carefree and just damn good fun. Take y'all breather with this one, because you know damn well there's more hell to come.


Speaking of hell, is anyone looking for Spongebob Club Battle music? Ayoo Lyve of course has you covered with "S.B," something that sounds like they're relentlessly dropping atomic bombs down on Bikini Bottom where all these sea creatures are meeting their demise. The strings really bring an apocalyptically serious tone, however it's the surreal samples of "I CAN'T HEARRRR YOUUU," "OOOOOOOOO," and "KRUSTYYY KRAAABBBBB" that are the huge slaps to the face that make this song the insane experience that it is. That Lyve-signature pulsating feel is here too, as it's like he's cornering you and doing the most forceful dance moves you've ever seen in your life. Just something that has no right to be that good on paper, but once you hear it, you'll be IG posting yourself sharp bouncing in the bathroom to this in no time.


I think everyone knows now that Jersey Club and TikTok go well together like streaming services and exploitation, and I think out of any song on this list, this is the perfect embodiment of the two cultural giants coming together. That whole NPC shit on Tiktok is seriously one of the strangest things I have ever seen, as you have just 1000s of folks just sitting in front of their phones, meeting every strange demand from victims of carpal tunnel syndrome. French Canadian Pinkydoll is probably the most recognizable figure from that side of the internet, and you know it was just a matter of time she was gonna be put on a club song and GOOD LORD. Take the weird charm of Lo-fi Beats to Study To, add on a bunch of NPC soundbites, and now you got just an absolute abomination. But it's a good abomination though! Jersey Club at times can really blur the lines between shitpost and legitimately good club music, and this tune from these 4 is one of those flagship examples. So good.


Ever needed 4k 60fps remasters of older club songs? Anything is possible here as Steezo has given new life to easily one of his greatest ever tracks. "Here We Go" might seriously be the first song I heard from this kid back in 2019, and still to this day, it's one of my all time favorites. Weird to say about something from 4 years ago, but it sounds super of-its-time and with the way Jersey Club has advanced since then, this facelift shows how far and beyond these producers have gone. I won't do much describing of this one, because I want you to listen to the original first and then the 2023 version, just so you can sense yourself how drastically club music has changed over time. Another reason why Steez is one of the greatest ever to do it.


The last 30 seconds of this song thanks to Burto:




In a genre chock-full of frenzied chaos, it can be a bit hard at times to find some sense of serenity, however there's a single producer who makes up for it all. I've been keeping up with Georgia's wolfrum ever since they were 15 making Roblox and Minecraft remixes, and now 3 years later, they've become THE producer who has meshed ambient soundscapes and clubby goodness to absolute perfection. There should be a picture of a wolf from Minecraft next to "atmosphere" in the encyclopedia, because there's seriously no one who can touch wolfrum in the spectrum of club music. Here, they bring along gangwalkk with them, as this song perfectly encapsulates that cover art - Watching the sun set over a tranquil body of water. Both producers sound like they're just gliding over the water with how light this feels. Seriously, there's no one like wolfrum right now. Get in the know.


 PROJECT PROJECT X X X X X X  (Just pretend it's echoing okay?). Millions have now heard that legendary tag thanks to MCVERTT's rise to producer stardom, however, it's always nicer to hear it accompany a ridiculous remix of a pop song again. These two are easily Project X's most important members as both hitmakers have etched really important milestones in this scene's history. Give them one of the worst songs ever made and you can bet your house and mama that it's gonna result in some gold. From the start, it's like you're being blasted off into deep space - There's just so much energy from these two. rrodney is so hard hitting and that signature finesse coming from Vertt never ever gets old. Shows that even with a pile of shit, Jersey Club can make anything incredible.



In a music culture where sampling is as routine as brushing your teeth, there's no one's chompers who shine brighter than Jersey City's JayTheMixer201. One of the hardest working producers in Jersey has such a keen sense of sampling - It never fails to blow my mind and he's seriously a tier above practically everybody else making club music. Here, Bell Biv DeVoe sound like they're being sucked into a wormhole and ran over by Static Shock - Jay just comes in with so much force and speed to the point where you'll have to put some WD-40 on your joints to make sure you're good. The constant ringing of "THAT GIRL IS" while Jay is just hammering your head with ridiculous chops will have you experiencing vertigo by the end. Highly recommend Jay's two albums from earlier in the summer - IT HAS BEGUN and IT HAS CONTINUED - Constantly showing why he's one of the best in the game.

I really think this might be cheating to call him "Jersey Club Newcomer of the Year," but it's been so cool to witness Jersey rapper/producer maajins join that left-field side of Jersey Club and excel above and beyond as soon as their feet hit the ground. He has all those same insane tendencies as qua - It's like they both produce under this shroud of otherworldness where everything is just so incredibly surreal and you're trying to figure out how the fuck they came up with it all. This tune sounds like it's being transmitted during the end of the world, as these eternally damned voices and noises are quickly being swallowed by these dark clouds of smoky chops and breaks. maajins's part is just ridiculous - He has these steel drums that sound like they're from the underworld and then all of a sudden you hear the beginning of the John Cena theme all of a sudden? This kid ain't no rook, that's for sure, because this is a great example as to why you have to prepared for literally anything in this genre. But for real, maajins is someone who need to keep your eye on - Both in Jersey Club and just rap in general too if you're unaware. He's the Deion Sanders of SoundCloud right now lmao.


Oh lord top 10 time. First off, a fatal four way of just the grimiest, most nastiest, fonkiest shit that is giving me just the stank face. "Rock My Hips" is like being dropped into a sewer level in a video game - There's this radioactive ooze dripping everywhere and these producers are the mutant creatures hopping out of pipes to beat the shit out of you. The deeply bellowing piano tones just reverberate throughout your body, the malfunctioning lady robot going "ROCK MY HIPS" sends me into hysterics, and just the way this RIDES throughout the 5 minute runtime makes this one of my favorite group tracks of the year. GavinTheProducer's part at the end needs to not go unnoticed, as that shit could make me take on a whole army myself afterwards just rocking my hips until kingdom come.

Now we have our first appearance of 2022's "Jersey Club Rookie of the Year" $icko Music, as his emergence was one the most notable high points in the entire scene last year. He's back, better than ever, and he's brought LA Noire with him? Huh? As absurd as that may sound initially, the truth is that $icko took the Rockstar classic and made it into this cataclysmic storm of big band wails and choppy short circuiting that can electrocute an entire country. The way those anxiety-filled horns keeps you on your toes while $icko is doing whatever evil sorcery with that sampling, it feels like you're on a high speed chase trying to flee from Cole Phelps himself. There's so much hustle and bustle throughout this one - You'll be saying "POW right in the kisser" and developing a severe smoking problem like a true 1940s man. Still, one of the most unique and invigorating artists making Jersey Club at the moment.


A lot of my thoughts are most of the same the last time I talked about these 3 demons so once again all I gotta say is:


Jersey Club would nowhere be near the heights that it's at today if it wasn't for flagbearers like Newark's DJ Sliink. Especially in my experience throughout the years, his name was one of the first ones I ever saw being thrown around when I first ever heard of Jersey Club. Even today, Sliink is still at the top of their game and this perfectly-timed NFL Horns remix shows exactly that. This shit could get even your grandma to sack an NFL quarterback - It just emits so much energy, all while you have some of the most wimpy sounding horns I've ever heard in my life. I think if anyone else used these, I'd be laughing my ass off, but Sliink uses that bullshit to perfection. Also the way that this turns my car into a massage chair with how booming that bass is. If only football was as cool as this song....


Anytime I press play on this one I just start moving like Ronnie from Jersey Shore like

There's no trio track that has blew me away more this year than "Bucking Mad," something that is just ferocious and can awaken the dead to tang for their lives. Whatever that melody is, it sounds like ghastly apparitions sending chills down your spine, however you can't really worry about that because all three producers are digging you a grave and smacking you in the head with a shovel. Crime Mob is having a nervous breakdown on top of everything else, so this is just stupidly overwhelming. It's just so fast and frenetic, you can barely keep it together, so this shit has you flailing for your life. That break of silence in OmgAddy's part and those "A BUH A BUH's" from Cannon are the two highlights that almost made me cut a flip off of a building. So fucking good. Just keep this playing and start moving like Ronnie for me.

This was the type of stuff Oppenheimer was scared about when he was making all those bombs and shit (Didn't watch the movie), because I think I just about blew up my whole town with one. I've said again and again that rrodney is already one of the best to ever do it in Jersey Club - One of the leaders of this new generation and probably the winner of the "Good Fucking God That's A Lotta Bass" award because The Black Eyed Peas have never sounded this good ever in their lives with bass that fat. This song is like those stuntmen who light themselves on fire and just walk for miles on end. It's adrenaline-inducing, can turn any party into a battle royale, and is a serious safety hazard anywhere you play it. An absolute scorcher and one of the best of the year.

This song is like the perfect exhibition as to why wolfrum's one of the best in the biz. There's seriously no one else taking this genre and throwing these lush, ambient soundscapes to this insane degree. It's just so unlike anything else in Jersey Club and with the way that this swells in and out at the beginning, I don't think there's anything like this PERIOD, other the shit coming from this virtuoso. Sure, kids will look at this and go "Damnnn this the Backrooms bruhhh rizz gyatt," but dude, we're really seeing a whole new subgenre be cultivated by one random kid in Georgia (for prolly like the 800th time - Thanks Atlanta). Just close your eyes and let this brilliance wash over you.


I mean you know what you're getting yourself into from the title alone, but what FASA and LilSnatched do on this Tiktok hit is stuff of legend. FASA does this crazy drumline chop shit towards the end of his part, but the real highlight is Ms. Snatched and her "TOASTER STRUDLE" sample - WHAT THE FUCK LMAO. Probably one of my favorite parts this year from anyone and just a barnburner for you to uppercut all the folks around you.


I know it's only September, but I already got the "Jersey Club Rookie of the Year 2023" trophy ordered and personalized for FńęTheproducer, someone who just emerged out of fucking nowhere. Like he had a few tracks here and there, but it's just the way he's curated this ridiculous style thanks to Miami madman MG Burto and how it's starting to become this whole different section of left-field Jersey Club. First of all, SINCE FUCKING WHEN IS BREAKCORE ALLOWED IN THIS? The first time I heard this dude throw that drum break into this song, I had to frisbee myself out my window because I was so incredibly flabbergasted. You have Kratos showing his wrath upon this symphony of horns and time breaking within itself. Those moving bass lines just do something to brain that's inexplainable - It's like watching an innovation in real time. Just HOLY SHIT. Then I haven't even mentioned Burto's part, which is even more hellish and has you yelling WHAT THE FUCK from start to end. I don't know if that's like a car horn or something but that's is the most absurd thing I have heard in Jersey Club. This shit makes my stomach hurt, but like in a good way. The future is so bright man.

Let the late, great DJ Casper tell you something about this one: "This time, we're gonna get FUNKY." No melody whatsoever. Just DJ Casper reverbating over the Guinness World Record for the "Hardest Sequence of Drums Ever Created in the History of Man." This genre is always boasting the most maximalist, ridiculous things on earth, but sometimes, less is actually better! The way everything just breathes and has room to blow your mind makes this the special tune that it is. I can't even stop moving even as I type this shitty blurb out. You can play this literally everywhere and seriously, every single age group will be losing their shit. Shows how universal the beautiful language of Jersey Club can be. I don't think anything is topping this song by the end of the year - Full stop. God damn I love this genre.


 Hope y'all found at least one new good thing today and hopefully I can keep the pace of putting stuff back on this lil blog. Appreciate y'all reading and til next time!