Malaa x Habstrakt – Riot Gear is an Insane Bass House Collab

While this tumultuous year is nearing the end, a colossal track entitled ‘Riot Gear’ by Malaa and Habstrakt has been released to give us an energy boost for the last lap. This Malaa x Habstrakt release is the perfect roof-shattering and dark collaboration we did not know we needed in our lives. Now that this new Malaa music is out, we are wrapped in an intoxicating buzz. This flashy and potent tune is issued through Tchami’s label, Confession Music. With this latest Bass House banger, the hype behind who is Malaa has become even more heated.

This Malaa x Habstrakt track is a sonic amalgam of explosive energy that will leave the fans of the artists breathless. Presented by Confession Music, ‘Riot Gear’ is easily one of the dopest Bass House songs of the year. It is a manifestation of dirty bassline that collide with bouncy percussion, unleashing the signature touch of both artists. This new Malaa music truly has the potential to bring the house down. It will surely be a special moment when your favorite DJ spins this vibrant track live at a big festival (or at a virtual festival for now).

Although fans are still wondering who is Malaa, the masked producer has been busy curating the filthiest and most menacing Bass House gem with his fellow collaborator, Habstrakt. ‘Riot Gear’ is just as epic as Habstrakt’s ‘Gotta Be’ which is an outright banging tune. This Malaa x Habstrakt song roars with startling intensity, propped by massive drums and soaring vocal chops. This jaw-dropping festival-ready cut feels like fluid electricity coursing through your veins. 

This Confession Music release is a true clash of titans as two of the hottest stars of the EDM industry come out blaring with resilient force. This new Malaa music is just pure fire and will rock your soul to the core. Don’t believe us? Just put this tune on big speakers and see for yourself! Fans should continue to relish this track while we solve the mystery about who is Malaa behind the mask.

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More About Malaa:

A balaclava-wearing producer of stern (if frequently humor-laced) bass house tracks, Malaa surfaced in 2015, unidentified, though an early press bio dropped a crumb by referring to him as Parisian.

Fool’s Gold Records hosted the debut Malaa single, “Pregnant,” immediately after which Tchami’s Confession label became the supplier of roughly a dozen singles and EPs across 2016 and 2017. Among Malaa’s most popular releases during this period were “Notorious” and the Tchami collaboration “Prophecy,” while the artist also began to accumulate remix credits, highlighted by his commissioned work on Skrillex and Diplo’s Jack Ü track “Mind.” In 2018, Malaa and Tchami went on the No Redemption Tour, promoted with a compilation of the same title that featured exclusive remixes. The following year, he issued the high-energy singles “Revolt (featuring Jacknife)” and “Criminals (featuring Rezz)”. ~ Andy Kellman, Rovi

More About Habstrakt:

After a monstrous 2019 that included the release of nine new records, the debut of his first ever music video which he co-directed, and recognition on 1001Tracklists’ Top 101 Producers list – French artist Habstrakt is poised to have another outstanding year in 2020.

Habstrakt’s quality productions and signature sound continue to catch the ears of listeners everywhere, with releases on prominent labels including Never Say Die, Mad Decent, and Monstercat. At the same time, he’s traveled worldwide on headline runs, playing major festivals such as EDC Las Vegas, Ultra Music Festival in Miami, Lollapalooza Paris, and Hard Summer. With so much excitement surrounding Habstrakt, expect many more big things to come this year.

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