The past years, New Zealander K+Lab has showcased diverse styles from roots in glitch and drum n bass to an emerging sub-genre he's brought to the forefront: Electro G-Funk AKA "G-Chunk". On top of breaking traditional EDM production formats, K+Lab realized strong industry feedback from notable works coming off of 2016 album The Worldlys. Tracks like "Pull Up" featuring Melodownz & Mustafa Akbar to "Mothership Re-Entry" featuring Alias & The Mic Smith exemplify an electrocuted form of West Coast G-Funk — a genre pioneered by the likes of Dr. Dre, Warren G, and Nate Dogg in the 90s.
Back again with fellow Kiwi and lyricist Melodownz, the two bring The Funk back with "Good Juju" — a new chapter in the Electro G-Funk saga. Re-certifying this classic style with the wobbles, K+Lab gives the track needed edge, while Melodownz integrates his karmic funky flows with impeccable rhythm. Together, they seamlessly match two distinct eras symbolically seen with the keytar solo and vintage voice synths on the vocoder.
In the thick of a jam-packed 2018, K+Lab delivers "Good Juju" — a heater single, which will be included in his upcoming album due out on Westwood Recordings. You can catch him in North America and New Zealand this summer and in Europe this fall.
Stream "Good Juju" featuring Melodownz on all available platforms here.