TroyBoi has released the first single off his V!BEZ Vol 2 EP, “Frustrated.” The new track, which R&B vocals from Destiny, comes just weeks ahead of the record’s forthcoming November 2 arrival on Diplo‘s Mad Decent imprint.
In “Frustrated,” the trap kingpin weaves sultry instrumentation with dissident, emotive vocals and popping ad-libbed samples. Almost every element bounces after the song’s climax, from its rumbling 808s, to its melodic violins. TroyBoi’s versatility and forward-thinking within the industry is as apparent as always in this new release, as he commingles elements of his signature, modern trap with old-school R&B.
TroyBoi also recently released a remix of “Do One,” from grime grandpas Pete & Bas. The elders’ catchy flow carries a heavy weight that TroyBoi builds nicely and drops into similarly hilarious trap sounds that could certainly rock a festival stage.
It’s been a little while since we’ve heard new music from Troyboi. Earlier this year he released his EP V!BEZ and today, he finally graced us with a new track titled ‘Frustrated’. The track features American vocalist Destiny who gives the bouncy track an R&B feel along with Troyboi’s signature bouncy sound. Troyboi’s sound can
It was a wild college party in Tucson, Arizona, and TroyBoi was behind the decks. The crowd probably knew what was coming from the English producer, but they couldn’t have expected this. He not only premiered a brand new Destructo remix live, but the #MyStyle producer also uploaded a teaser video to his socials for the world to see.
It’s a remix of Destructo’s recent hip-hop collaboration with Busta Rhymes, and the video is a perfect indication of how hard the track drops. Although it’s only a short snippet, viewers can clearly see an extremely mobile crowd at the pool rave and hear a TroyBoi synth-infused trap drop. Bless the kids who were lucky enough to see it.
Catch TroyBoi on his “Vibez Tour” this fall, kicking off at The Novo in Los Angeles November 16.
TroyBoi is an artist who knows what is important. He is not a producer who is regularly jumping into Twitter feuds or commenting on things that are not his business. Instead, he is busy in the studio and taking over the world one stage at a time. In 2018 TroyBoi saw a series of high
Suwannee Hulaweenis one annual boutique gathering that is developing a devout following with its expert curation and wildly magical grounds. The Halloween weekend festival, running from October 26-28, 2018, hosts an impressive talent roster that brings an exceptional mixture of jamtronica, emergent bass, and deep house to The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, Florida.
Set in the midst of 800-acres of Spanish moss-draped oak and cypress along the black Suwannee River, and complete with the largest bat house in the southeast US, the storied festival grounds have earned a reputation of inexplicable imagination and exploration.
Sitting atop this year’s festival billing is the longtime host band of the festival The String Cheese Incident, plus a top billing of Grammy award winners and nominees featuring live-electronic front runners ODESZA, a South-East exclusive by modern funk icons Jamiroquai, and very special showing by singer-songwriter Janelle Monae on the wake of her blowout Dirty Computer record.
The star-studded billing continues with the reigning king of west coast bass Tipper, five piece American funk band Vulfpeck, multiple sets by leaders of the post-rock dance movement STS9, the alternative radio chart topping wonder of The Revivalists, dark-electro wunderkind Rezz, plus the unique electronic stylings of Gramatik, NGHTMRE, Troyboi, Snakehips, Emancipator Ensemble, Manic Focus & the MF’n Band, Justin Martin, Kill Frenzy, Eats Everything and many more.
From Montreal’s Igloofest, to the gone-but-never-forgotten Brrrrr Winter Music Festival in Toronto, Canadians are incredibly fortunate to host a plenitude of outdoor-winter events throughout the years. Though winter is close to being over and the inaugural start to festival season approaches, Snowbombing Canada is here to remind everyone that there’s never a wrong time to party in the snow.
Fusing the worlds of winter-sports and dance music into a winter-wonderland for four days and nights, Snowbombing Canada takes place from April 5–9 amidst Sun Peaks Valley; one of the hidden treasures of Canada’s West coast. With success in booking distinguished and complementary dance/hip-hop headliners, last year’s event saw Kaskade and Ludacris close out the event.
As the 2018 edition nears, fan-favorite duo ODESZA and hip-hop queen Cardi B are set to headline the “Forest Stage”, appropriately located in between the panoramic views of snow-capped mountains and towering trees. Boasting a plethora of additional acts like Black Tiger Sex Machine, Gorgon City and Troyboi, Snowbombing has curated a detailed lineup that suits the festival’s exuberant vibe.
Snowboarders and skiers are treated to the best of both worlds; shredding during the day and dancing at night. Activities like ‘Alpine Yoga’, ‘The Snowlympics’and some cheeky ‘Chair Life Speed Dating’ add unique attributes that turn guests from attendees, into Snowbombing veterans.
Festival passes, accommodation and transportation are all available online.
Billie Eilish left an indelible mark on pop music in 2017 and proved to be a fervent artist whose haunting, harmony-filled ballads diminish any and all suspected innocence. Despite her young age, Eilish’s immensely talented and brimming with fervent passion. After the release of her debut album, don’t smile at me, mid-2017, she’s already seen an official remix for “COPYCAT” from the vastly-ascending indie-pop duo, Sofi Tukker, and now, London’s trap auteur TroyBoi has taken on “my boy.”
With vocals as sultry and dulcetly-delivered as Eilish’s, it’s small wonder TroyBoi was able to create a compelling rework. Though as much as Eilish’s vocals are compelling, TroyBoi’s tempo modifications candidly elevate “my boy” to the tempestuous “MyBoi.” With chopped vocals, intricate hi-hats, substantial kicks, and bass-laden flair, TroyBoi sees Eilish’s “my boy” and raises it to anthemic trap heights.
(Photo courtesy of Elements Facebook page) ‘Tis the season for festival lineup reveals, and BangOn! has outdone themselves once again with the unveiling of their Memorial Day Weekend festival; Elements Lakewood. Similar to last year’s lineup, BangOn! is bringing together the hottest, biggest and newest names from just about every sub-genre of EDM. The sophomore year
When TroyBoi‘s “Flamez” came out last August, fans were instantly drawn in by the infectious, heavy horns in the introduction. Though the track tapers off into a more trap-based tune as it progresses, the horns serve as an iconic lead-in to the Left is Right song.
Months later, trombone guru Alexander Lewis has honed in on the horn part of “Flamez.” He’s remixed the track into a horn-centric anthem, booming with both bass and intoxicating, brassy stabs. With a slight key change and a shift in focus, Lewis has given “Flamez” a praise-worthy reworking.