The single “UPBQ” by 2¢ begins with bass drums and various traditional band-instruments. The drums and instruments flow with the beat, then takes a twist and turns electric. “UPBQ” was released on December 8 under Flosstradamus’ label Hi Def YOUTH (HDY). The sound of 2¢ is super unique. They combine traditional band instruments and morph them into new-age dance music that you cannot help but groove to.
DJ Craze and Four Color Zack make up the group 2¢. The duo’s single “UPBQ” is the fourth song of the Hi Def Label. The two came together to form 2¢ to redefine modern EDM by using new techniques and unique approaches to their music.
Aristh Delgado, aka DJ Craze, is an American DJ who plays hip-hop, Miami-bass, trap, dubstep and more. Delgado is also a music producer who is the only solo-DJ in history to achieve the ‘DMC World DJ Championship’ trophy three times in a row.
Four Color Zack earned popularity when he won the World Thre3Style Championships in 2012. Aside from writing his own EP’s, he also owns the skate shop Alive & Well in his hometown of Seattle, Washington. Four Color Zack is also known to be “all over the place” as he leaves no genre untouched. The DJ keeps fans on their toes by doing weird and unexpected things.
Hi Def Youth
Flosstradamus launched the HDY label in 2016 with the release of Party Thieves “Undrafted” EP. The label is yet another extension of Flosstradamus’ HDYNATION movement. Flosstradamus has been collaborating with DJs ever since to solidify the HDY label as a top name in the music industry.
2¢’s single “UPBQ” is not the only track on HDY. Part Native’s single “Pop That” is also on the label, along with “Club Sound” by Gent & Jawns and “Stronger” by YULTRON.
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