CY KOSIS

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Based out of Los Angeles, Queens New York native Cy Kosis, aka Jamaal Taylor has been hard at work refining his unique style of production. With support from heavyweights like Diplo, The Partysquad, Aylen, David Heartbreak, gLAdiator and many more his trajectory for the future is set sky high. He continues to inundate the scene with unique original tracks and huge remixes. He has rocked clubs and stages alike with his energetic live show, playing everywhere along the West Coast. His distinct production style combined with equally engaging live performances makes Cy Kosis a force to be reckoned with.

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XMAS PRESENT NO.2 – FREE MOOMBAHTON COMPILATION

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So we hope you’re all having a great day.

You already had one BIG freebie from us earlier today, The Shazalakazoo Remixed EP and now it’s time for something that we’ve been supporting since it first emerged on the scene, Moombahton.

In the early days whenever people spoke about Moombahton, Generation Bass would be mentioned in the same breath, and we are proud of that because we are part and parcel of its history and we still continue to support it almost 4 years later.

We were talking about and supporting Moombahton when nobody gave it much attention at all and it helped that some of our close friends and fellow bloggers were involved in the scene from its instigation.

Munchi, who has been blogging for us since early 2010, breathed life into it by the creation of the first original tracks which demonstrated the sheer scope and diversity that could be discovered in the genre as time went on and also he proved that it was beyond more than an edits gimmick. Heartbreak & Munchi went on to showcase new sub-genres such as Moombahsoul and Moombahcore and both of them, between them, created some of the classics that live on to this very day, still retaining their freshness and excitement.

If it wasn’t for these 2 producers, we’re not sure if Moombahton would have survived and excelled as far as it has.  Were it not for them, we are not even sure we’d be talking about it and delivering to you this exciting new compilation that has been curated by one of the dudes who has been a supporter of the scene from the very start, Steve Ohh!

Most of you will know Steve via his artwork that has graced many Moombahton releases including our recent free series.  Steve has done a sterling job in rounding up some heavyweight tracks for this compilation from a range of new and exciting producers, some of whom you will already be familiar with and some of whom you don’t know but will want to be familiar with, by the time you have finished listening to the compilation.

Many are saying, this is perhaps one of the best Moombahton compilations of the year!!! So if you want to know where Moombahton is in 2013 then you can’t go wrong if you take time to download and check out this compilation, which will bring you bang up to date with this explosive new scene.

Grab the whole thing HERE!

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Seasonal fellatio 🙂 from the whole Generation Bass Team!

CY KOSIS : 7 DEADLY BEATS EP OUT NOW!!!

Generation Bass presents: CY KOSIS – 7 Deadly Beats EP Out Nowww!

You know we don’t mess around when it comes to music. We have a strong opinion about artists and styles, but every once in a while even the Generation Bass team is forced to rethink their opinion about stuff. Or about TRAP, the fastest growing online music phenomenon since eerrr…? Moombahton? That is largely due thanks to two awesome producers, Munchi and Cy Kosis!

Based out of Los Angeles, (originally from Queens, New York) Jamaal Taylor aka Cy Kosis has been hard at work refining his unique style of production. With support from heavyweights like Diplo, The Partysquad, Aylen, ETC! ETC!, J-Trick and gLAdiator, and constant mentions on both domestic and international blogs, Jamaal continues to inundate the scene with original tracks and huge remixes. We’ve been supporting this dude for some time, and now he has dropped a certified TRAP banger on our asses.

Containing 7 Deadly Beats, the aptly titled EP combines the dark booming 808’s of trap with Moombahton, some Baltimore Club and sick bass music. Titles are of course, the deadly sins themselves! “Envy” kicks like a mule with some sick chiptune distortion in there as well. “Gluttony” and “Greed” are close to the ‘original’ TRAP sound, with booming subs, rattling hi-hats and snares and dark melodies. This is TRAP, but not as we know it Jim!? The rolling downtempo sound is there, but there’s some aggression lurking in there that sometimes takes over completely, references are ARAAB MUZIK or THA UZI, who both try to take this sound to a next level, combining it with some trance effects and house and techno vibes. CY KOSIS adds some global bass to the mix as well and then when you least expect it, he even adds some old school GABBER to the mix in “Wrath”. This is next level TRAP. Don’t sleep.

GREED VIDEO:

ArtistCY KOSIS
Album Title 7 DEADLY BEATS
Genre TRAP/BMORE/GABBA/GARAGE
Release Date18.12.12.
Description EP
Tracklist1.ENVY
2.VANITY
3.WRATH
4.GREED
5.GLUTTONY
6.SLOTH
7.LUST
Download storesJuno
Beatport
Amazon
E-Music
iTunes
Musicme.com
Streaming servicesSpotify

CY KOSIS : 7 DEADLY BEATS – WRATH

This EP drops tomorrow now and we are now on the final day of the 7 Deadly Beats track previews from the EP!

WRATH

What it is: Anger is manifested in the individual who spurns love and opts instead for fury. It is also known as Wrath.

Why you do it: You’re wired for it. Also, the people around you are pretty damn irritating.

Your punishment in Hell will be: You’ll be dismembered alive.

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Generation Bass presents: CY KOSIS – 7 Deadly Beats EP!

You know we don’t mess around when it comes to music. We have a strong opinion about artists and styles, but every once in a while even the Generation Bass team is forced to rethink their opinion about stuff. Or about TRAP, the fastest growing online music phenomenon since eerrr…? Moombahton? That is largely due thanks to two awesome producers, Munchi and Cy Kosis!

Based out of Los Angeles, (originally from Queens, New York) Jamaal Taylor aka Cy Kosis has been hard at work refining his unique style of production. With support from heavyweights like Diplo, The Partysquad, Aylen, ETC! ETC!, J-Trick and gLAdiator, and constant mentions on both domestic and international blogs, Jamaal continues to inundate the scene with original tracks and huge remixes. We’ve been supporting this dude for some time, and now he has dropped a certified TRAP banger on our asses.

Containing 7 Deadly Beats, the aptly titled EP combines the dark booming 808’s of trap with Moombahton, some Baltimore Club and sick bass music. Titles are of course, the deadly sins themselves! “Envy” kicks like a mule with some sick chiptune distortion in there as well. “Gluttony” and “Greed” are close to the ‘original’ TRAP sound, with booming subs, rattling hi-hats and snares and dark melodies. This is TRAP, but not as we know it Jim!? The rolling downtempo sound is there, but there’s some aggression lurking in there that sometimes takes over completely, references are ARAAB MUZIK or THA UZI, who both try to take this sound to a next level, combining it with some trance effects and house and techno vibes. CY KOSIS adds some global bass to the mix as well and then when you least expect it, he even adds some old school GABBER to the mix in “Wrath”. This is next level TRAP. Don’t sleep.

CY KOSIS : 7 DEADLY BEATS – GREED VIDEO PREMIERE

This EP drops later today and we are now on the final day of the 7 Deadly Beats track previews from the EP!

GREED:

Greed is the inordinate desire to possess wealth, goods, or objects of abstract value with the intention to keep it for one’s self, far beyond the dictates of basic survival and comfort. It is applied to a markedly high desire for and pursuit of wealth, status, and power.

As a secular psychological concept, greed is, similarly, an inordinate desire to acquire or possess more than one needs. It is typically used to criticize those who seek excessive material wealth, although it may apply to the need to feel more excessively moral, social, or otherwise better than someone else.

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Generation Bass presents: CY KOSIS – 7 Deadly Beats EP!

You know we don’t mess around when it comes to music. We have a strong opinion about artists and styles, but every once in a while even the Generation Bass team is forced to rethink their opinion about stuff. Or about TRAP, the fastest growing online music phenomenon since eerrr…? Moombahton? That is largely due thanks to two awesome producers, Munchi and Cy Kosis!

Based out of Los Angeles, (originally from Queens, New York) Jamaal Taylor aka Cy Kosis has been hard at work refining his unique style of production. With support from heavyweights like Diplo, The Partysquad, Aylen, ETC! ETC!, J-Trick and gLAdiator, and constant mentions on both domestic and international blogs, Jamaal continues to inundate the scene with original tracks and huge remixes. We’ve been supporting this dude for some time, and now he has dropped a certified TRAP banger on our asses.

Containing 7 Deadly Beats, the aptly titled EP combines the dark booming 808’s of trap with Moombahton, some Baltimore Club and sick bass music. Titles are of course, the deadly sins themselves! “Envy” kicks like a mule with some sick chiptune distortion in there as well. “Gluttony” and “Greed” are close to the ‘original’ TRAP sound, with booming subs, rattling hi-hats and snares and dark melodies. This is TRAP, but not as we know it Jim!? The rolling downtempo sound is there, but there’s some aggression lurking in there that sometimes takes over completely, references are ARAAB MUZIK or THA UZI, who both try to take this sound to a next level, combining it with some trance effects and house and techno vibes. CY KOSIS adds some global bass to the mix as well and then when you least expect it, he even adds some old school GABBER to the mix in “Wrath”. This is next level TRAP. Don’t sleep.

CY KOSIS : 7 DEADLY BEATS – LUST

This EP drops next Monday 17.12.12. and we are now on DAY 5 of the 7 Deadly Beats track previews from the EP!

LUST:

Lust is an emotion or feeling of intense desire in the body. The lust can take any form such as the lust for knowledge, the lust for sex or the lust for power. It can take such mundane forms as the lust for food as distinct from the need for food. Lust is a powerful psychological force producing intense wanting for an object, or circumstance fulfilling the emotion. Many religions separate the definition of passion and lust by further categorizing lust as type of passion for something that does not belong to oneself.

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Generation Bass presents: CY KOSIS – 7 Deadly Beats EP!

You know we don’t mess around when it comes to music. We have a strong opinion about artists and styles, but every once in a while even the Generation Bass team is forced to rethink their opinion about stuff. Or about TRAP, the fastest growing online music phenomenon since eerrr…? Moombahton? That is largely due thanks to two awesome producers, Munchi and Cy Kosis!

Based out of Los Angeles, (originally from Queens, New York) Jamaal Taylor aka Cy Kosis has been hard at work refining his unique style of production. With support from heavyweights like Diplo, The Partysquad, Aylen, ETC! ETC!, J-Trick and gLAdiator, and constant mentions on both domestic and international blogs, Jamaal continues to inundate the scene with original tracks and huge remixes. We’ve been supporting this dude for some time, and now he has dropped a certified TRAP banger on our asses.

Containing 7 Deadly Beats, the aptly titled EP combines the dark booming 808’s of trap with Moombahton, some Baltimore Club and sick bass music. Titles are of course, the deadly sins themselves! “Envy” kicks like a mule with some sick chiptune distortion in there as well. “Gluttony” and “Greed” are close to the ‘original’ TRAP sound, with booming subs, rattling hi-hats and snares and dark melodies. This is TRAP, but not as we know it Jim!? The rolling downtempo sound is there, but there’s some aggression lurking in there that sometimes takes over completely, references are ARAAB MUZIK or THA UZI, who both try to take this sound to a next level, combining it with some trance effects and house and techno vibes. CY KOSIS adds some global bass to the mix as well and then when you least expect it, he even adds some old school GABBER to the mix in “Wrath”. This is next level TRAP. Don’t sleep.

CY KOSIS : 7 DEADLY BEATS – ENVY

This EP drops next Monday 17.12.12. and we are now on belated DAY 4 of the 7 Deadly Beats track previews from the EP!


ENVY:

Envy is best defined as a resentful emotion that “occurs when a person lacks another’s (perceived) superior quality, achievement or possession and wishes that the other lacked it.”

Bertrand Russell said envy was one of the most potent causes of unhappiness. Not only is the envious person rendered unhappy by his envy, but they also wish to inflict misfortune on others. Although envy is generally seen as something negative, Russell also believed that envy was a driving force behind the movement towards democracy and must be endured to achieve a more just social system. However, psychologists have recently suggested that there may be two types of envy: malicious envy and benign envy – benign envy being proposed as a type of positive motivational force.

GRAB THIS FREEBIE:

Generation Bass presents: CY KOSIS – 7 Deadly Beats EP!

You know we don’t mess around when it comes to music. We have a strong opinion about artists and styles, but every once in a while even the Generation Bass team is forced to rethink their opinion about stuff. Or about TRAP, the fastest growing online music phenomenon since eerrr…? Moombahton? That is largely due thanks to two awesome producers, Munchi and Cy Kosis!

Based out of Los Angeles, (originally from Queens, New York) Jamaal Taylor aka Cy Kosis has been hard at work refining his unique style of production. With support from heavyweights like Diplo, The Partysquad, Aylen, ETC! ETC!, J-Trick and gLAdiator, and constant mentions on both domestic and international blogs, Jamaal continues to inundate the scene with original tracks and huge remixes. We’ve been supporting this dude for some time, and now he has dropped a certified TRAP banger on our asses.

Containing 7 Deadly Beats, the aptly titled EP combines the dark booming 808’s of trap with Moombahton, some Baltimore Club and sick bass music. Titles are of course, the deadly sins themselves! “Envy” kicks like a mule with some sick chiptune distortion in there as well. “Gluttony” and “Greed” are close to the ‘original’ TRAP sound, with booming subs, rattling hi-hats and snares and dark melodies. This is TRAP, but not as we know it Jim!? The rolling downtempo sound is there, but there’s some aggression lurking in there that sometimes takes over completely, references are ARAAB MUZIK or THA UZI, who both try to take this sound to a next level, combining it with some trance effects and house and techno vibes. CY KOSIS adds some global bass to the mix as well and then when you least expect it, he even adds some old school GABBER to the mix in “Wrath”. This is next level TRAP. Don’t sleep.

CY KOSIS : 7 DEADLY BEATS – SLOTH

This EP drops next Monday 17.12.12. and we are now on DAY 3 of the 7 Deadly Beats track previews from the EP!

SLOTH:

“Spiritual or emotional apathy, neglecting what God has spoken, and being physically and emotionally inactive. Sloth can also indicate a wasting due to lack of use, concerning a person, place, thing, skill, or intangible ideal that would require maintenance, refinement, or support to continue to exist.”

GRAB THIS FREEBIE:

Generation Bass presents: CY KOSIS – 7 Deadly Beats EP!

You know we don’t mess around when it comes to music. We have a strong opinion about artists and styles, but every once in a while even the Generation Bass team is forced to rethink their opinion about stuff. Or about TRAP, the fastest growing online music phenomenon since eerrr…? Moombahton? That is largely due thanks to two awesome producers, Munchi and Cy Kosis!

Based out of Los Angeles, (originally from Queens, New York) Jamaal Taylor aka Cy Kosis has been hard at work refining his unique style of production. With support from heavyweights like Diplo, The Partysquad, Aylen, ETC! ETC!, J-Trick and gLAdiator, and constant mentions on both domestic and international blogs, Jamaal continues to inundate the scene with original tracks and huge remixes. We’ve been supporting this dude for some time, and now he has dropped a certified TRAP banger on our asses.

Containing 7 Deadly Beats, the aptly titled EP combines the dark booming 808’s of trap with Moombahton, some Baltimore Club and sick bass music. Titles are of course, the deadly sins themselves! “Envy” kicks like a mule with some sick chiptune distortion in there as well. “Gluttony” and “Greed” are close to the ‘original’ TRAP sound, with booming subs, rattling hi-hats and snares and dark melodies. This is TRAP, but not as we know it Jim!? The rolling downtempo sound is there, but there’s some aggression lurking in there that sometimes takes over completely, references are ARAAB MUZIK or THA UZI, who both try to take this sound to a next level, combining it with some trance effects and house and techno vibes. CY KOSIS adds some global bass to the mix as well and then when you least expect it, he even adds some old school GABBER to the mix in “Wrath”. This is next level TRAP. Don’t sleep.

CY KOSIS : 7 DEADLY BEATS – VANITY

This EP drops next Monday 17.12.12. and for each of the next 7 days we will preview a track from the EP with the corresponding deadly beat!

VANITY

“Vanity is an excessive belief in one’s own abilities, that interferes with the individual’s recognition of the grace of God. It has been called the sin from which all others arise.” 

GRAB THIS FREE MIX:

Generation Bass presents: CY KOSIS – 7 Deadly Beats EP!

You know we don’t mess around when it comes to music. We have a strong opinion about artists and styles, but every once in a while even the Generation Bass team is forced to rethink their opinion about stuff. Or about TRAP, the fastest growing online music phenomenon since eerrr…? Moombahton? That is largely due thanks to two awesome producers, Munchi and Cy Kosis!

Based out of Los Angeles, (originally from Queens, New York) Jamaal Taylor aka Cy Kosis has been hard at work refining his unique style of production. With support from heavyweights like Diplo, The Partysquad, Aylen, ETC! ETC!, J-Trick and gLAdiator, and constant mentions on both domestic and international blogs, Jamaal continues to inundate the scene with original tracks and huge remixes. We’ve been supporting this dude for some time, and now he has dropped a certified TRAP banger on our asses.

Containing 7 Deadly Beats, the aptly titled EP combines the dark booming 808’s of trap with Moombahton, some Baltimore Club and sick bass music. Titles are of course, the deadly sins themselves! “Envy” kicks like a mule with some sick chiptune distortion in there as well. “Gluttony” and “Greed” are close to the ‘original’ TRAP sound, with booming subs, rattling hi-hats and snares and dark melodies. This is TRAP, but not as we know it Jim!? The rolling downtempo sound is there, but there’s some aggression lurking in there that sometimes takes over completely, references are ARAAB MUZIK or THA UZI, who both try to take this sound to a next level, combining it with some trance effects and house and techno vibes. CY KOSIS adds some global bass to the mix as well and then when you least expect it, he even adds some old school GABBER to the mix in “Wrath”. This is next level TRAP. Don’t sleep.