From his humble beginnings at Generation Bass Digital, another one of our young prodigies flies the nest and makes his way into the big and dangerous world.

I think we prepped him well and provided him with a fantastic education, better than he could get anywhere else and we are quite sure he will one day soon be a World Leader in the big bad bass world.

He has made one of his aims come true with this release and we gotta say we’re proud of his achievements.

Well done son, you make us very proud parents lol


2014 is finally here and that means the Upper Cuts series is now officially one year old. After two seasons have passed and 20 tracks of great global club music sounds from all around the world have been released, it’s time to keep raising the bar as a whole new season starts.

For the first track of the Upper Cuts Season 3 we teamed up with one of the most promising young producers to arrive to the zouk bass scene: the one and only JSTJR (pronounced ‘gesture’). The energetic beatmaker’s distinct style fuses influences from all kinds of tropical-flavored genres, such as dancehall, jungle, moombah or even trap, making him one of the most unpredictable yet consistent artists of this developing scene.

His latest creation – Panamania feat. Ma-Less – is a zouk bass banger if we ever heard one. Pounding drums and thick basslines provide the backbone for sexy, winding and hypnotic vocal samples to do their magic on the dance floor, while spaced-out synths proceed to make bodies bend and twist in all kinds of new shapes.

Panamania feat. Ma-Less also serves as a powerful introduction to Enchufada’s upcoming zouk bass compilation, scheduled to be dropping this February. ‘We Call It Zouk Bass Volume I’ will feature this and many other tracks by some of the artists that are (and have been) defining this exciting new genre since the very beginning. Enjoy this tasty appetizer for our upcoming 10-track-long compilation of slowed-down sexy beats and highly addictive basslines, featuring new original cuts by Buraka Som Sistema, Branko, KJs, Dance Kill Move and many others.

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