PREMIERE: 2¢ Get ‘Straight To The Point’ With New Heater


Craze and Four Color Zack are two of the best DJs in the world. With a slew of championships (Red Bull 3Style, DMC) to their names, it’s undebatable. When they came together to form their collective power increased exponentially. Since combining their efforts they’ve released some of the most impressive and impactful DJ mixes to date. Their 2¢ mix series not only flaunts their talent and showcases dope music but provides a level social commentary never before seen in the realm of DJing: from dissing DJ Mag’s antiquated and laughable Top 100 list, to addressing police brutality, denouncing the President and highlighting the repetitive nature of some genres. While they’re proven masters behind the decks, they’ve also been consistently honing their skills behind the boards. Making Change proved their strength and chemistry with four stellar tracks.

After taking some time off from releasing new tunes, we’re proud to announce that 2¢ are back! Today we have the pleasure of premiering their massive new single ‘Straight To The Point.’ It’s a no-nonsense banger that packs the rawness of early TNGHT records with a 2017 twist. It’s an enigma of a track that somehow manages to be ice cold and straight flames all at once. Packing a consistent progression, it takes a ton of unique twists and turns. The first drop is stripped down, minimalistic and ballistic. The second fattens things up with some exotic elements that are stretched and switched up. Just when you think it’s about to ride out, it comes back with a knockout punch to cap things off perfectly.

Four Color Zack provided a little bit of insight on the track and what’s next saying, “This was one of a few tunes that came out of a recent practice session. We’ve got a gang of exciting shows coming up that we’ve made some wild stuff for, so keep an eye out and we’ll tell you right now: you’re gonna want to come experience these shows.”

Stream ‘Straight To The Point’ below and be sure to grab the free download.


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