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Review: Brodinski’s “Brava”

Just in time for Detroit Electronic Music Festival AKA “Movement”, French Techno DJ Brodinski debuted Trap-ready “Brava”. Released on Bromance / The Parlophone Label Group (PLG) with some help from label mates Club Cheval and Myd, this 13-track album is dope and pleasing to the ear. Cuts like the opener “Can’t Help Myself” featuring Chicago emcee SD is seductive. While other tracks like “Interviews” featuring iLoveMakonnen and Young Gleesh, beg you to ask where the weed at. Other joints like “On Me” featuring Bricc Babby Shitro are true trap backdrops, while “Warm Up” featuring Slim Thug endorsees overdose pill-popping worthiness.

It hasn’t been revealed yet which stage Brodinski will be performing on at Movement in Detroit, but with his unique beats I am sure you will be able to identify him.

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Written by Manny King John

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