More than a year since DJ FortuneDJ hinted B.A.D Influence, the DJ has released the new album today, March 27th 2020.
And as you’d expect, it’s absolutely loaded with A-list fresh talents to feed your ears this quarantine period.
The producer unveiled the album’s cover art a few days earlier, featuring DJ FortuneDJ himself and a number of new artists ready to be unravelled.
The new Album has no shortage of quality and genre-bending collaborations in which the Grandma Records mogul repeatedly states that B.A.D Influence is his best effort and one of the best albums the industry will see this year.
“I have over 20 artists on this album in just 12 songs. All I can say is, they are good multi-genre music and I hope they get heard.” he hinted.
Listen to B.A.D Influence here – https://djfortunedj.fanlink.to/badi
For all the inspiration Disc Jockeying may have given him, however, DJ FortuneDJ is as yet an astonishing curator of improbable collaborative efforts, joining unique forces of culture like Koby Stay and Drupz on “Bad Influence + Work” while putting Kumasi natives and Made Musiq signees Tokiojo6ix on “Shabba Sheen.”
In this light, DJ FortuneDJ can connect dots in music and cross-fertilize fan bases, revealing a similarity that solitary he’d known until that point.
There are of course the pairings of like-minded artists who are yet to share a song with each other (Yarwteasy and Lenko Psycho on “Sika,” Akwesi, Kwame Yesu and McRay on “Tonop”), which present long-adored artists in a new light, and also a solo showcase (Kwvdwo Pvnch’s “Gang Violence”, a tightly wound fusion of grime and drill music).
But if there’s anything DJ FortuneDJ is really showing the world with this project, it’s that the producer’s been doing this quite a while.
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