JAY FAY – $$OOPS$$ VIDEO

As we said just last week, the second of his mind-blowing Moombahton trilogy dropped last week.  The young dude we are calling the next major Global Bass Superstar!

You know the finale is coming out on Generation Bass on 4th May with his “Mashitup” EP.

But for now here’s his glorious offering on the label that gave birth to Mombahton, T&A including the superb video for the lead track $$oops$$:

Out now on Beatport http://www.beatport.com/release/ss-oops-s-money/895087

iTunes http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/$$oops$$-ep/id511332411
Juno http://www.juno.co.uk/products/oops/1945095-02/


Free promo download: Bro Safari Uncrushable (Jay Fay remix)http://rcrdlbl.com/2012/03/06/download_bro_safari_uncrushable_jay_fay_remix_

‘The Sound Of Young America’ is a bold proclamation to make, after all, it was first laid down in emphatic fashion by Motown Records in the sixties – but now there’s a new kid who’s staking a claim for that lofty mantle, 18-year-old tropical bass prodigy Jay Fay.  

Having already stacked up a pile of heavyweight cosigns from EDM heavyweights such as Skream, Toddla T, Dave Nada, Dillon Francis and DJ Craze, the release of $$OOPS$$ on T&A Records sees the St. Louis, Missouri native and percussive wunderkind continuing to carve out his own distinctive sound – and rapidly provinghimself as a producer to watch in dance music cirlces.  

The title track, produced with Ra Cailum, embodies everything that has got moombahton fans tripping over themselves to fete him; jammed to the gills with magnetic dancefloor energy, $$OOPS$$ boasts calypso vibes tussling with tough bassline electro to create a peak-hour, body-bending groove. Things are only just getting started – Starlife featuring G-Eazy proves that rap blends well with moombahton’s mid-tempo style, while Bamboula, whether in its original interpretation or as remixed by rising bassbin rattlers J-Trick and Zombies For Money is a wild low-end excursion. 

Having already remixed moombahton heavy hitters like Jon Kwest and Bro Safari after the success of his debut Bonkers EP, Jay Fay’s second release only serves to cement his growing reputation.

$$OOPS$$ expands his sound into a now trademarked territory all his own.

Full tracklist:
$$OOPS$$
Bamboula
Star Life (feat. G-Eazy)Bamboula (Zombies For Money remix)
Bamboula (J-Trick remix)

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