BSN Posse drop the second single from their debut album ‘Forever’, one of the most ambitious projects to come out of the Juke scene so far.
Since the inception of the label, the Spanish duo have been a core member of the global family that makes up the imprint’s roster. Across the past five years they have been prolific in their craft, creating music that defied classification which has seen their star rise both in their homeland and abroad.
Tearing up festivals and nightclubs alike with their frenetic mix of styles, they have conquered Sonar, featured on the pages of Red Bull, XLR8R and Thump, and provided mixes for the legendary Ashes57. Over this time they have cultivated a unique niche in cutting-edge electronic music that they call ‘Iberian Juke’, a blissful mutation of the Chicago sound that has now become something else in its own right entirely.
A year ago we asked them to distil their unique sound into an album. Fast forward to the present day and the resulting body of work exceeded all our expectations. With a cavalcade of guest stars along for the ride, they process the pioneering spirit of rave music through the Iberian Juke filter – elements of house, jungle, garage, dubstep, breaks, hip hop and electro are all present and correct but twisted into startling new shapes. This remarkable collection will secure their place as one of the leading lights in the new wave of global producers tearing up the genre rulebook.
‘F*ck Them’ sees the Malaga production duo team up with fellow countryman Foyone, one of the best Hip Hop artists to emerge from Spain in recent years. Spitting bars across a laconic Iberian Juke beat, Foyone delivers his trademark flow with devastating results. A perfect combination of beats and rhymes shows the inventive spirit of Juke and what can be done with the Chicago template.
On the digital flip, two of the biggest names in Juke provide some real heat in the shape of a set of remixes from album tracks ‘Light Warrior’ & ‘All This Work’. Sinistarr takes the former into an accomplished hybrid of juke and jungle, extrapolating the melodic virtues of the original into jazz-infused territory for a sublime ride to the light side. Gillepsy takes on the latter track for a magnificently insane high-tempo workout with drops galore and some of the craziest drum work we’ve ever heard in Juke.