Posted on Jul 17th, 2012 in Releases by Mr. Goldbar
It’s impossible to find an artist name as spot-on accurate as Ricky Blaze. For several years now, the young Brooklyn artist has been responsible for records that set fire to underground parties, New York radio and international festivals alike. Whether producing for everyone from Major Lazer and Santigold to Nicki Minaj, or crafting his own inventively melodic solo smashes like “Cut Dem Off” and “I Feel Free,” Ricky understands the elements of club combustion better than almost anyone on the planet.
On his Fool’s Gold debut Crash The Party, Ricky adds even more styles to his catalog, melding uptempo dancehall with ’90s-inspired house vibes for three undeniable party cuts, including the title track, a collab with Chelley (whose DJ-beloved single “Took The Night” was another Ricky production). Grab your lighters and turn up the bass!