Swick has all the right accolades for a budding Mad Decent artist. Punishing, primal drums set the stage for the exotic forefront found in each of the producer’s releases. His take on “Khayen” follows a similar pattern, showcasing his sound through a house tempo as well as marking another Mad Decent partnership with strength similar to the Keep It Gully days.
Swick transform’s the world-renowned Syrian artist Omar Souleyman’s work into a twerk-friendly production. Swick’s gradual success started in Australia, steadily growing through consistent releases on labels like NLV Records, Fools Gold Records, Nest HQ, and more.
DA Premiere: Swick – Salah’s Groove (Original Mix)
QQ – One Drop (Major Lazer and Swick Remix)
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