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The New Yorker band, ZiG, engineered another groovy tune with vocals from Philadelphia singer Nic Hanson. Despite the modest following on SoundCloud, ZiG is a group you should definitely keep an eye out for. Perhaps you heard the latest single, 10:16am, which received a good deal of support from several blogs, including LGNDVRY and Traps ‘N Trunks. Not the case? Don’t sweat it, but to prove their competency, the American hip hop recording artist, Taylor Bennett, had them produce his latest single, that already sports 500.000 plays on SC.
Last year I was happy to first support their wonderfully funky single, Ice Cream ft. Tarion, as well as premiering their super cool Fetty Wap medley I Need You. It was clear from the very beginning just how talented these guys are, and it great to see them get such a good start to the year.
There has been talks of an album for some time now, and I’m really looking forward to see how the classically jazz- and theory trained musicians and composers will go about this. They have already blended many genres, and we would likely see R&B, hip-hop, pop, electronic music, funk, and jazz mixed into a unique fresh overall sound.
Enjoy the track, and make sure to follow the young band for more music.
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