DiscoCtrl’s ‘Sticky’ Fuses German Electronics with Southern Rap

5 14 18 DiscoCtrlDiscoCtrl’s ‘Sticky’, produced by Django36, is a well-done, ballsy rap tune. This artist says he lies “between the lightness of being, self-doubt and the inequality of opportunity.” He “combines influences of NYC in the 80s, East Coast HipHop in the 90s, Austin in the 2000s and today’s Berlin, creating a sound that gives voice to a reality often ignored, but lived by many.” This rapper, who spent different parts of his childhood in Berlin and Austin, has a unique take on the genre. His German roots are clearly what influenced the high-quality electronic backing track, but his time in Texas likely exposed him to crunk and the codeine aesthetic that seems to define his delivery. This guy has a truly unique take. Check out ‘Sticky’ below!

Noah Zucker // IG – @zucker.n // Twitter – @zuckern13

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