Album Review: Cyberpunk – Dizzy Rambunctious

Roughly three months after the release of his mixtape, ‘The Blu Tape 2’, DIZZY RAMBUNCTIOUS is back with another body of instrumentals entitled ‘Cyberpunk’.

Continuing the theme from his previous mixtape, the producer from New Jersey drops the jazzy sensation in favour for the smoothness of modern soul working in unison of his trademark: that heavily dope bassline.

I reckon DIZZY RAMBUNCTIOUS ¬†is probably one of the most underrated producers in the underground scene – don’t let his hard work go to waste; check out ‘Cyberpunk.’

Must Listens: Ride, Comfort Zone, One Piece, All That I Want, Tokyo Ghoul(s)

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New Track: Prima Donna – Dizzy Rambunctious

After scooping NEW LEASE MUSIC’s Album of the Week title a couple of weeks back with his instrumental mixtape, ‘The Blue Tape 2’, DIZZY RAMBUNCTIOUS¬†wastes no time and drops another sublime hip-hop instrumental, entitled ‘Prima Donna’.

Any musicians looking for a producer who can put together real dope, bass-driven beats, well this is your guy. Go check this beat out and his entire discography here on NEW LEASE MUSIC or on his soundcloud profile.

To check out more top releases of the week, head over to the Instagram account.

Mixtape Review: The Blue Tape 2 – Dizzy Rambunctious

Following the release of mixtape ‘Wond3rland’ in March, DIZZY RAMBUNCTIOUS isn’t messing around and slams another one, this time entitled ‘The Blue Tape 2’.

The title of the nine-set project pretty much gives it all away with occasional jazz-esque tones alluringly meeting the New Jersey producer’s trademark – that bombastic bassline.

Although there are a few great tracks, I’m not sure that this mixtape has the same oomph as its predecessor, ‘Wond3rland‘. Have a listen and see what you think – and don’t be afraid to comment below!

Must Listens: Days, Sazon, Sunshine Notes.