A couple days ago producer Klassik dropped an EP called Death of a Beatmaker that has 4 tracks and features OYE (I can’t do the upside-down exclaimation mark that belongs at the beginning of his name, so I’m not going to put the right side up exclaimation mark at the end of his name…just know they’re supposed to be there), and Blizz McFly.
Peep the bio for more info:
“Death Of A Beatmaker”, the debut EP from Milwaukee’s own Klassik, is a five-track opus of sonically complex and original production coupled with clever, creative, and inspirational lyricism that is as intriguing as it is personal. Touching on everyday subjects in innovative, genre-bending formats, Klassik provides his own unique take on what it feels like to really pursue a dream. Detailing that very pursuit with fellow InkRed artist OYE on “ChasingTheFame”, the duo’s introspective offerings on how to conquer the ups-and-downs of dream chasing combine effortlessly with Klassik’s smooth, soulful melodies on the chorus, lending itself heavily to 90s era R&B/Hip-Hop. Keeping with the theme of pursuit, Klassik and the only other feature on the project (Milwaukee artist Blizz McFly), triumphantly declare that they are a force to be reckoned with on “WeUp/EverybodyDown”, surpassing many of their peers with exceptional lyricism, and a densely layered and symphonic production style not seen in a Hip-Hop setting since “Late Registration”. From start to finish, “Death Of A Beatmaker” is a masterfully arranged and thought-provoking work that is a melting-pot of genres, combined to evolve Klassik’s fearless originality into a new standard of musicality, and lay to rest all else that is not that.”