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Gentlemen’s Club Bring R&B Into Deep Bass With “Rude Gyal”

In the midst of their first American tour since before the pandemic, the UK producer team, Gentlemen’s Club, have shared “Rude Gyal,” their latest single on Deadbeats.

Though Gentlemen’s Club, the trio of Coffi, 50 Carrot, and Soloman, got their start in dubstep, over the last few years they have established their sound as far beyond any one genre.

Their previous single, “Bitter” is a drum & bass collaboration with the ascending British rapper Blazer Boccle, and last year they remixed Tai’Ayisha and Saweetie‘s pop-rap tune, “One Night Ting,” into a bass-heavy house track.

“Rude Gyal” continues this trend into the eclectic. Starting things off R&B with the muli-hyphenate artist Watson providing a heaping dose of soul on the vocals, the drop comes in so deep sub-woofers are necessary to fully engage.

Still difficult to classify, the initial hit feels like a dubstep track from the mid-aughts, but the second drop—which comes after yet another soulful croon from Watson—gets far more ravey with hard-hitting breakbeats leading the charge.

Listen to “Rude Gyal” from Gentlemen’s Club below:

Featured image provided by Gentlemen’s Club on Facebook

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Harry Levin

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