After months of teasing, Marshmello has lastly launched Shockwave, a 12-track masterstroke channeling the producer’s long-lost digital roots.
The file kicks off with the spellbinding “Fairytale,” a brooding beat that ultimately culminates in a thick melodic entice drop with booming hip-hop 808s. The tongue-in-cheek “Supernovacane” follows, through which the polarizing producer suggestions his helmet to his haters with a flippant vocal intro. “Marshmello is probably the most overrated digital music artist by the way in which, ever to exist, of all-time,” whines an uncredited blowhard. “It is so mediocre. To have it turn out to be so fashionable is senseless.”
One of many album’s most anticipated cuts, “Jiggle It,” delivers due to a signature efficiency by TroyBoi, whose deep and quirky entice sound is unmistakable. “Again It Up” follows as probably the most club-driven observe on the file, offering a Jersey Membership banger produced alongside one of many style’s trailblazers, DJ Sliink, earlier than “VIBR8” conjures early 2010s entice vibes.
The center of Shockwave is comprised of its beforehand launched singles “Again In Time” (with Carnage), “Dangerous Bitches” (with Megan Thee Stallion and Nitti Gritti), “Hitta” (with Eptic and Juicy J) and “Home Celebration” (with Subtronics), which dabble in home, entice, and dubstep.
The SIPPY collab “Sweet Child” arrives subsequent, infusing rave vibes with a double-dose of drops rooted in head-banging dubstep and laborious dance. Mello then faucets blossoming bass producer PEEKABOO for “Pushin Stacks,” a screeching entice tune with a relentless acid-inspired association just like his Deadbeats hit “Whistleblower.” Mello then ties a bow on Shockwave with its titular observe, which moonlights as a blast from the previous with its hovering, saccharine future bass manufacturing.
You possibly can hearken to Shockwave in full beneath.