Atlanta’s own Sporty-O has teamed with UK Bass Music veterans Specimen A on a fresh, bass dripping EP appropriately titled “Across The Pond”, out 7/28/2014 on Tequila Rage Face Gang !
“Across The Pond” is just that. Two artists at the top of their game, both from different Continents, collaborating together “Across The Pond” on what will undoubtedly be one of the most talked about EPs of the year. British born and bred superstar production jedis SPECIMEN A and the Stateside based SPORTY-O, one of the biggest EDM MCs in the game, come together on this masterpiece. Bringing you the best of what both Continents have to offer in a 4 track EP that will have asses moving as well as the industry talking.
The EP starts out with the party rocker anthem “Give It Up” where the duo from the UK stay true to their breakbeat roots that made them one of the most sought after acts in Europe, while Sporty contributes his unmistakable flow that’s known the World over to get the party started every time. Track 2 of “Across The Pond” brings us to the first single off the EP, the reggae/dub influenced, massive Dubstep tune “Lighters To The Moonlight”. Sporty again here demonstrates why he is the “go-to” MC for EDM producers everywhere with a smooth vibrant cadence that will have you chanting right along with him! It will most definitely be one of the most dropped tunes of the year! Then, in a surprising turn SPORTY-O takes to the mic on his first ever DnB tune on track #3 called “High Speed” bringing an Southern American style to one of the UK’s greatest exports to the EDM genre, Drum n Bass. Here again SPECIMEN A flex their mighty production muscles with a crisp dancefloor roller that will have the crowd bobbing and going bananas! The EP rounds out with the 4th and final track “Round And Round”, which is the perfect marriage of the “Across The Pond” motif. Here the SPECIMEN A boys are back in their breakbeat wheelhouse and SPORTY-O does what he does best: making the girls shake their asses! Here he hearkens back to his “Songs For Strippers” album with another Strip Club anthem.