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REZZ & Malaa Join Dark Forces on ‘Criminals’

REZZ and Malaa both pursue a unique dark style. For these two talents to come together was not a question of if, but when. We now have the answer to the question of what their collaboration would sound like. 

This sound has been at the forefront of REZZ’s career and only recently has the mid-tempo sound slid into Malaa’s repertoire. Nevertheless this collaboration delves into each artist’s signatures. 

The record presents a unique sound in the second drop. A high pitch melody is heard – the key element to differentiate between the initial drop. 


The vocal hook is straight out of Malaa’s collection whilst the instrumental screams REZZ. Whichever elements the artists contributed to doesn’t matter so much when it comes together in a package such as this one.

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