“Beats are minimal here: not sparse but devoid of redundant rhythmic detail that could detract, and distract, from the comfort of such cuts as the reggae-tinged “Madd Krazy” whose rapture is rather quiet or “Take Flight” where the singer’s raps are abetted by a tribal shouts. But there’s also “Foreign Life” with Scientist’s soft rhyming drenched in cosmic electronica, while “You Nasty” delicately piles obscenities upon the simplest of grooves, and the soulful “Grinding Me (Gucci Girl)” gears up for serious chart action. Give it more exposure, and throw in the intimate “And I” for good measure, and the Californian will get noticed and widely praised.”
MADD SCIENTIST is a music producer, songwriter, recording artist, open format DJ, and proud gentleman bachelor. Using the professional production software Cubase, MADD SCIENTIST produces hip hop, reggaeton, dancehall, and deep house music specifically for the night club setting. He spent years as an MC and promoter at various night clubs in downtown Long Beach, and evolved into a recording artist and DJ with his debut release Mass Appeal EP in 2016. MADD SCIENTIST has since developed an intimate familiarity with open format night club music, which he showcases on his exhilarating new release NEW DAY EP, available in stores and online August 14, 2020.
The NEW DAY EP is music for people who enjoy night club venues, VIP bottle service, and weekend day parties, and features an exciting mix of West Coast hip hop, reggaeton, and dancehall. “I love the atmosphere and intimacy of night clubs,” says MADD SCIENTIST, which shines through on tracks like “Madd Krazy,” “Take Flight feat. JTLR,” “Grinding Me (Gucci Girl),” and the way too hot for radio “You Nasty.”
MADD SCIENTIST musical influences include A Tribe Called Quest, Redman, Method Man, Erik Serman, Calvin Harris, Lil Wayne, and Lil Jon. The 2016 Mass Appeal EP that introduced MADD SCIENTIST to the scene featured the groundbreaking singles “Vegas Pool Party” and “Move It.” Following the success of “Vegas Pool Party” as a college radio anthem and the various night club remixes of “Move It,” MADD SCIENTIST released a second EP in 2016 named Scientific Evolution, which included the singles “Kiss Me with a Sound” and “SLTB.” Notably, the “SLTB (Reggaeton Remix)” was the first official reggaeton release for MADD SCIENTIST.
The next MADD SCIENTIST release Long Journey Home was a compilation of songs that cater directly to the Long Beach open format DJ style, a mix of West Coast hip hop, reggaeton, and dancehall music. The cultural diversity of the city of Long Beach requires that DJs and promoters know a wide mix of musical styles and club fans. MADD SCIENTIST is also a frequent patron of the underground Belizean After Hours Party scene, which gives him more exposure to dancehall, reggae, Soca, and Afro-beat music.
The NEW DAY EP from MADD SCIENTIST is AVAILABLE NOW, released in stores and online August 14, 2020.
For more information please visit the official MADD SCIENTIST website: www.maddscientistmusic.com
To order NEW DAY EP on iTunes and other digital retailers please visit: https://smarturl.it/MaddScientistNewDay