Fresh off the release of his latest album W O M A N, California native BläpDëli is back with “Maserati,” a layered loosie that again challenges ears with it’s variety. Known for crossing all manner of genres in his songs, the producer has been exploring more sounds, and this latest effort is a result of his recent foray into bass music and the culture that surrounds it.
Opening with echoing effects and breathing chords, the track soon closes any gaps, incorporating a well-thought out flip of Future’s now-infamous bars from “Move That Dope” in a way that keeps them fresh as they sit in the instrumental. The song also includes a sample of Marvin Gaye’s “Ain’t That Peculiar.” Bläp doesn’t stop there, twisting 2-step sounds into the song before stripping away most of the elements, ending the song as a lullaby, a reminder of just how much categories no longer matter to his music.
Released via rising label Blvnt Records, “Maserati” is a sign of things to come from Bläp, who is currently planning a tour that will follow his next EP. Check out “Maserati” below, and be sure to grab the free download, available via Blvnt Records’ bandcamp.