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Crucast Releases Dread MC Album ‘Pressure Drop’!

Legendary bass artist Dread MC is back with a brand new album ‘Pressure Drop’ on Crucast. Featuring tunes with the likes of Tsuki, Badger, JDF, Gentlemen’s Club, Panik Room, Shosh, Axel Boy, and many more, it once again reasserts his status as one of the most influential players in the game. 

Gloucester-born Bristol-based MC Dread‘s voice has made an impact far and wide – from being used on Soccer Am and Love Island to being released via Warner, Ram Records, Stanton Warriors label PUNKs, and many more, he is one of the most in demand acts in the game. He has hosted sets with the likes of Goldie, Skream, and SHY FX and has provided his unique vocals to mainstays such as Flava D, Holy Goof, and Redlight.  

On top of this, his live performances and indefinable mic skills have left audiences in awe everywhere from Glastonbury, Reading, and Leeds to Exit Festival and all over the US. On top of this, he has over a quarter of a million monthly listeners on Spotify and over half a million monthly plays on Apple Music so is an MC on fire right now. 

He backs that up with this new album which is packed full of hard-hitting and high-energy electronic bassline bangers. The album kicks off with the deep bass and melancholic bars of ‘No Emotion’ before taking in plenty of crowd-pleasing bombs like Michael Sparks‘Money To Be Mad’ (ft. Dread MC) and the perfectly titled ‘Hard Hitters’ by Tsuki & Dread. The hits come thick and fast from there with the likes of the bouncy ‘Stomping’ with Badger, raw as you like ‘Truth’ with JDF, and darker bass sounds of ‘Taiki Nulight’ & Tsuki‘s ‘Sick n Heavy’ (ft. Dread MC). Add in further face-melting anthems like ‘Pepper’ with Sosh, Axel Boy‘s ‘Don’t Be Shady’ (ft. Try Me & Dread MC), and ‘New Era’ with Duckworth and you have a relentlessly high-quality album. 

This powerful new album is a celebration of one of bass music’s finest contemporary talents.

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