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The FifthGuys Team Up With Kulture DNB For Diverse Banger “Ganja Boss”

Already having released two melodic singles this year, “Thinking About Me” with Despotem and Tommy Rage, as well as “Sweet Dreams” with Nadro and John Becker, Italian production duo The FifthGuys switch things up on “Ganja Boss”, enlisting singer/songwriter Kulture DNB. 

The heavy single, out via Tribal Trap, is yet another testament to The FifthGuys’ versatile production skills, as well as confidence in working with all types of collaborators. Bridging reggae and dancehall with EDM trap, “Ganja Boss” starts off with an interesting atmosphere and dense instrumentation, while Kulture DNB’s catchy vocal lines are at the forefront. Meanwhile, The FifthGuys don’t hold anything back on the drop, which is filled with eerie synths and hard bass. 

The FifthGuys, a name that the two musicians came up with in order to remind them of the five years they shared in collaboration before starting their joint project, have been steadily rising for the past two years, having released music with labels such as Suit Of Bullets, Magic Records, Strange Fruits and more.  

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