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South African Dubstep Producer Chee Drops Heater Titled “Rusty Nickels”

Chee, the prominent South African bass producer just dropped a heater on Deadbeats titled, “Rusty Nickels.”

The intense dubstep essence of this track showcases Chee’s trademark intricate production style, heavy basslines, and glitchy sound design. With a blend of dubstep and trap, his latest release is yet another example of his ability to push the boundaries of bass music and create a sound that is both unique and innovative.

Some of Chee’s most notable releases include his debut album, Fear Monger, which came out in 2016, and his EP, Aggressive Generosity, which followed in 2018. He has also collaborated with other big names in bass music such as G Jones and Tsuruda.

Chee’s live performances are also highly regarded, with the integration of live instruments, such as guitars and synthesizers, creating a unique and immersive experience for audiences. He has performed at festivals such as Shambhala and Electric Forest and toured extensively in North America and Europe.

Listen to “Rusty Nickels” in full below:

Written by
Emily Harvey

Aspiring Florida Journalist/Photographer enjoying the world and all the music it has to offer.

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