BVillain leaves it all on the stage for every single set as his admirable passion and love for music spews out of him. The genre-spanning Hollywood based DJ is currently upstanding a 4-year track record of constantly keeping the crowd engaged and on their toes while on a non-stop tour. Between his 100 plus shows a year, he has found the time to create a music video for his filthy single, ‘All Hail the Shred King’ released on Acropolis Music Group.
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For ‘All Hail the Shred King’, BVillain sends it with piercing undefinable sounds, a busy drum machine and a nutty drop.
The music video for ‘All Hail the Shred King’ serves as a clip compilation that begins with hard-hitting trap beats backed by psychedelic interpretations of his travels. As the video progresses, more lush scenery and surf footage are mingled between experimental special effects, that at points sync up with the vocals.
While the song is predominantly trap and he calls his own music “trap and EDM,” this track contains riffs and synth patterns normally found in metalcore. By using harsher sounds than most trap artists, BVillain is quickly building his brand with a foundation of dark sounds and hardcore party vibes.
‘All Hail the Shred King’ and its video highlight his extreme love for life and his excitement for that zest is clear.
If this music video sets out to represent his lifestyle, then ‘All Hail the Shred King’ puts BVillain’s passion to shred on display. Shredding is a way of life and BVillain proves that with his high energy dance and trap music. Once his set is finished, you will have the same thought as you would after riding a big wave or skiing a double black diamond, ¨whoa, that was a wild ride, I´m glad I survived that.”
BVillain’s lifestyle is similar to Mike Hynson and Robert August’s from the surf documentary The Endless Summer, as he has been shredding it on an endless tour.
While partying for a living, touring with artists like Sky Blu of LMFAO, Shwayze and Cam Meekins, he has been dropping crowd pleasers by remixing artists such as Blink-182, Yellow Claw, Mark Rosas and Borgeous as well as his ruthless originals like ‘Incoming’ and ‘Always Do’. Now with ‘All Hail the Shred King’ in his arsenal, there will certainly be a long line of people looking for their faces at the venues’ Lost & Found after his shows.
Explore more of BVillain’s sound that stretches from dubstep and house to trap and hip-hop.
To show his love, BVillain offers his remixes of Blink-182, Yellow Claw, Borgeous and Mark Rosas as a free download. Now show your love by following him on his social media handles linked below and be there for his next outing.