You know what’s even better than new free music? New merchandise. Djemba Djemba
decided to drop both at the same time as he released two new tracks along with a new T-shirt and sticker. He remixed “Curry Drinker” combining his love for future pop and festival bass and released a VIP mix of “GITTM” incorporating powerful synthesizers with the booming bass, making these two tracks a must own for every bass lover.
Djemba Djemba Curry Drinker Remix/ GITTM VIP
Let me just say, both of these tracks are gold. I haven't been able to stop listening to them since I first heard them. “Curry Drinker” has that big bass and middle-eastern melody before dropping the track into the darkest pits of bass. Switching the track up after the bridge, Djemba Djemba incorporates a driving melody and bass that reminds me of Marshmello. This track is available for FREE DOWNLOAD from his SoundCloud page, and you should definitely scoop this one up.
The GITTM VIP follows “Curry Drinker” perfectly as the driving melody continues, incorporating a heavy 808 beat that we all love. This track is perfect for those afternoon drives into the sun or when you're needing a little bit more bass in your life. While this track may not be available for free download, it is an excellent addition to any library.
If you haven’t heard of Djemba Djemba, you are definitely missing out. He has assisted many household artists with tracks such as Jack U’s “Holla Out,” Justin Beiber’s “Memphis,” Sia’s “Elastic Heart” and multiple Alison Wonderland tracks from her debut album “Run.” He remixed RL Grime’s “Core” which has been played in many sets including Diplo’s and Skrillex
’s, and partnered with London Future on underrated track “Look At Me Now.” You can usually spot him with Mr. Carmack
lighting up the underground stages around the country.
If you’re a fan of his music, Djemba Djemba also released his first merchandise on his website. A t-shirt and sticker sporting a logo created by fans of his. He loved the design so much, he adopted it for himself. You can purchase the sticker of $10 and the t-shirt for $30. Purchase them now and show them off when he makes stops in San Francisco on December 18th and in Miami on January 3rd.
Keep up to the date with the latest news from Djemba Djemba by checking out his website along with his many social media pages. Download “Curry Drinker” now and leave a comment below on how you like the track. Remember to follow Only The Beat across our social media sites to keep up to the date on the latest electronic music news and tunes.