Four Color Zack performing on Twitch. After a year wherein numerous independent creatives employed as DJs struggled then learned how to adapt their sk...
At first glance, it seems like an unusual pairing. But DJ Scene and Four Color Zack’s collaboration with legendary rap group M.O.P. makes a lot of sense. The twerk-influenced song was just released through A-Trak’s Fool’s Gold label, which is no stranger to combining artists of different genres. Seattle’s Scene and Zack are also known for their versatility, having both competed the Red Bull Thre3style — a competition that requires DJs to incorporate multiple music styles. With their eclectic production style and M.O.P.’s powerful vocals, “Slap It Down” is sure to get some club play.
Fun fact: the kid featured in the cover art is an eight-year-old from Seattle that goes by “Yung Lenox.” He drew the art that he’s holding in the photo, and his previous work has been praised by rappers such as Kool Keith and Cam’ron.
Download: DJ Scene & Four Color Zack ft. M.O.P. – Slap It Down
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