Debut album from Los Angeles producer Cynical Hussl, with vocals by J Hussl and various remixes by Purple Rabbit. In the styles of Trap, Garage, Drum and bass and dubstep. Wicked dancefloor ammunition.
The music which is Cynical Hussl was born in Reseda, California in the spring of 2015. Only destiny could bring long time well known friends back into each other’s lives in order to establish a creative connection as fluid as Cynical Hussl. The two met while going to raves in what was once Los Angeles’s golden rave era. Munchie a/k/a “Cynical Rude Boy” and Jaymee a/k/a “Jhussl” balanced the effort to produce music as well as survive the chaos of hardship. After 10 years of marriage, it was separation that moved Cynical Rude Boy forward to reach out to potential partners for a music collaboration. Jaymee responded to the call and the first song they made together was “Love the Ladies.” From that point on, it was inevitable that the two became inseparable from the passion of music and each other.
By the end of 2015 they released their first EP, titled “Love the Ladies”, a witty trap, trap n’bass, hip-hop five song release. Jhussl’s first hip-hop release “Hard Times” was recorded while she was 8 months pregnant, lyrically inspired as a tribute to her baby. “ManCrazy” was Cynical Hussl’s first trap n’ bass release; a combination of trap and drum n’ bass. By 2016 they released their second EP, “Blunt Bat Blaow,” with three versions of the song in house, drum and bass, and UK garage. As of 2017, they have released “Taco Time” an EP, and in the summer, “Get Your Hands Up” EP was released. JHussl is paving the way for U.S. female drum n’ bass recording artists by being the first to release a rap to Taco Time in 174 bpm. She wrote her first rap at the age of 6, and has been writing diverse music relentlessly since then. Cynical Rude Boy has been proving why being a multi-genre artist only makes the music more versatile. He is a graduate of LA Recording School in Hollywood, but had already been a working producer since high school. Together, the determination to climb the musical success ladder has brought them to today, with the release of their first LP album called “Why So Cynical.” It is an album with nineteen tracks that highlight the diversity that the two partners share. This albums title song, called “Why So Cynical”, features lyrics by Jhussl that illustrate her frustration with modern day politics and racial injustice. “Cynically Trapped” is a smooth ear catcher that is also a trap n’ bass song. “Love the Ladies” house remix is an enchanting groove with raw lyrical content. UK producer & DJ Purple Rabbit, owner of Crazy Rabbit Recording, the label on which the album is released, made his musical mark on the album as well, with the future house remix of “Blunt Bat Blaow” as well the drum n’ bass version of “Get Your Hands Up.”
This album by Cynical Hussl embodies the creative spirit and drive that the musical duo deliver together. Entertaining, socially magnifying, fresh and versatile are some of the reasons why Cynical Hussl are not to be ignored by any means. Hailing out of the westcoast, American drum and bass is getting a solid push forward with the likes of Cynical Rude Boy and Jhussl. Only time will tell how much further the envelope will be pushed by the two. Written by MC JHUSSLE Edited by Xtene16 of DNB UNITED.
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