Boomkat Product Review
Dev79, close associate of Starkey, brings it to the club, backed with his boys, B. Rich, Harlesdon, Melé, and BD1982. Dev's original 'Live N Die 4 The Street Bass' is the big heater here, turning out a warping Booty banger somewhere between Juke and Niche diced with crunky samples. 'Disco Fly' operates on a screwed Southern Bounce flex with squidgy, Courvoisier-tipping bassline melody. For the remixes, B. Rich goes on a bilious dubstep mission, while Harlesdon hurls out a turbo injected Soca-tek mix, Melé looks to Kuduro and crafty Bubbling styles, and BD1982 leans on a nutty aquacrunk flex.