Zeds Useless, Moody Good and Killa P Crew Up for Gritty Observe, "Mad Ting"

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What do you get if you combine the genre-defying manufacturing of Zeds Useless and the darkish, brooding sounds of Moody Good? You get “Mad Ting,” the ominous, otherworldly new monitor out now on Deadbeats.

Upon urgent play, we’re met with a suspenseful, eerie association paired with a pointy beat. Killa P then enters, spitting ceaselessly easy lyricism because the bassline is available in full-force. The dubstep monitor maintains an ominous grace all through, highly effective in all of its wobbly ebbs, flows and dramatic pauses.

“Mad Ting” arrives amidst a busy tour schedule for Zeds Useless, who’re gearing up for 2 nights of DeadRocks X adopted by the fourth annual Deadbeats Yard Jamboree on Independence Day, with a Mission Ballroom present to observe.

Moody Good is acknowledged for his sinister and gritty sound in addition to being a former member of the bass music duo 16bit. Right this moment’s launch of “Mad Ting” follows the April drop of “Bite Your Lip Pt. 2,” which additionally launched through Zeds Useless’s beloved Deadbeats label.

Take a look at “Mad Ting” under and discover the brand new single on streaming platforms right here.

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