OkayJake Pushes The Boundaries Of Dynamic, Experimental Bass EP “Metal Flower”


Atlanta is known for producing hard-hitting producers from time to time. OkJake is the next name you’ll want to start paying attention to if you haven’t already. Formerly known as Kick, the product from Atlanta has changed brands and sounds from this year and is already making a name for itself with absolutely relentless productions. This weekend, he makes his TSIS debut with his self-produced debut EP, metal flower.

OkayJake makes quite a statement about his debut project and wastes no time bragging about his massive production prowess. The 5-track EP displays a wide range of dynamic sounds ranging from distorted bass, dubstep, trap and UK rave and is testament to the rising wave of experimental bass producers around the world. Drawing on influences from industry giants like Ivy Lab and VCTRE, OkayJake has already firmly established itself at the front of the pack.

Here’s what OkayJake had to say about the project:

“For this EP I just wanted to show how deep dynamic bass music can get. None of the tracks are too close to the last one but all of the tracks are close enough for it to make sense in its entirety. I felt like I could really show what I could do and where I could go, I wanted to push my limits and get out of the comfort zone on this EP.

Stream the EP below and enjoy!

OkayJake – Metal Flower


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