Those who foretold the early demise of G house last year were sorely mistaken, as Tchami's Confession imprint has proven a major contender of the style after entering the arena late last year. Following an impressive four-song EP by Malaa - of whom Tchami is all but confirmed to be one half - the label has returned with Saint Thug, an EP also consisting of four tracks by Quebec producer ANGELZ.
As with much of Malaa's recent music, Saint Thug keeps G house from becoming stale by incorporating unexpected stylistic influences into each arrangement. While "Crew" and "ATBWFM" feature the rumbling bass lines and and pitched-down hip-hop samples characteristic of the genre, "Stunt" and "Want It All" up the ante by swapping out the typical four-four drum pattern with one almost reminiscent of Chicago footwork. - MagneticMag.com
Partner: Foundation Media
Distribution Channels: Ringtones, Digital Jukeboxes