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David Heartbreak – The Foundation EP

David Heartbreak – The Foundation EP

You may have heard of David Heartbreak before, producing big time tracks such as “Acid Youths” or “Boogie Monster”. Being described as “innovative” by Skrillex and an “originator” by Diplo, OWSLA newcomer David Heartbreak is tearing up the EDM scene. Brooklyn-born, David Heartbreak started off his music career in hip hop. Following his love for electronic music, Heartbreak started producing original tracks. Some of his direct influences include producers such as Timbaland, Afrojack, Skrillex, Dada Life, Diplo, and Brodinski. His love of travelling and interest in other cultures have been huge influences in his music. In a recent interview with Moombrotron, David comments on his own sound. “I think if you listen to a lot of different genres, you eventually want to create different genres. I love music as a whole; EDM, reggae and hip hop, so it makes sense to me to fuse the genres.” The Foundation EP blends together reggae, hip-hop, and moombahton undertones to create a beautiful melody of sounds. The introduction encompasses you in soothing reggae beats, with a tribute to moombahton roots. However the next track, “Yardcore Pressure”, is a real trap banger! Keeping his reggae undertones prevalent, Heartbreak hit’s the bass heavy with this one and creates an original sound sure to keep listener’s captivated. Dave Nada, American DJ and creator of Moombahton, has nothing but great things to say about David. “Heartbreak does just that: breaks hearts with his soulful records, and breaks chests with his hardcore jams. David is an all-time all- star producer and DJ. Full support.” Just released Tuesday, here is David Heartbreak’s debut EP from OWSLA record’s, The Foundation. Listen here and if you want to support him, buy the EP on Beatport!

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