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Mucky - "It Got Better"

Mucky, a name synonymous with the grooviest beats in the house music scene, is back with his second solo record, "It Got Better." This instrumental track is a testament to his evolving talent, and it's safe to say that Mucky has more in store for us in the future. As he puts it, "This is my second solo record, more to come! We'll keep in touch, enjoy! I will share on all my socials if you share."

Mucky's musical prowess transcends genres, but "It Got Better" falls firmly in the realm of House, with old-school influences, Deep House vibes, and a touch of Future and UK Garage. The track evokes a range of moods, from the energetic to the sexy and chill, making it a versatile addition to any playlist.

If you're a fan of artists like salute, Sammy Virji, Duskus, Tentendo, or DELACOUR, you're in for a treat. "It Got Better" is a groovy masterpiece that sets the mood for a sexy, funky vibe whether you're in the clubs, at the beach, or driving with the rooftop down, basking in the sun. And here's a little secret – try speeding it up to 135bpm for an even more electrifying experience.

Mucky's musical journey began at a young age, and it's been nothing short of remarkable. His passion for UK Garage, Jungle, and Grime ignited his journey into music production. At just 18, he co-founded the Dutch grime collective NoizBoiz, a pivotal moment that earned him recognition and invaluable insights in the music industry.

His dedication to his craft led him to the Rotterdam Conservatory, where he honed his music production skills. In 2012, fate smiled upon him as he crossed paths with SEVDALIZA. Together, they released the independent debut album "ISON" in 2016, which received critical acclaim. Mucky and SEVDALIZA continue to collaborate closely, earning praise from some of the biggest names in the industry, including Billie Eilish and Dua Lipa.

One of Mucky's standout achievements came in late 2018 when he produced "Boasty," a track that later received a remix by Idris Elba featuring Stefflon Don and Sean Paul. The remix achieved certified platinum status in the UK and amassed over 150 million plays on Spotify. This remarkable accomplishment caught the attention of Will.I.Am, leading to Mucky being invited to co-produce two songs for their 2020 album, "Translation."

With a treasure trove of solo music waiting to be unleashed, Mucky is poised to take his signature bass-driven house music on a global tour. His distinctive sound promises to captivate audiences around the world, and there's no doubt that Mucky's musical journey is one we should all be excited to follow. Listen below now.


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