Norway's Matoma has turn into a brilliant mild within the trendy dance-pop scene. He made his repute as a tropical home man, however he quickly proved his chops as a pop composer who can mould his signature sound round every part from hip-hop to Latin, home, future bass — regardless of the temper requires.
"Last 12 months once I did the One in a Million Tour, the thought was to play all my new album materials to the followers earlier than it even got here out as an unique deal with, but additionally as a part of the method of refining the music," Matoma tells Billboard Dance.
By the time the album dropped and the tour wrapped, the producer and his staff have been knee-deep in plans for the subsequent transfer. He's spent the previous few months locked in his studio, and he discovered a whole lot of creativity in trying again to the sounds that helped him make a reputation for himself. In his case, these have been some bootleg remixes of '90s hip-hop classics, from Eminem's "Business" to JAY-Z's "Roc Boys" and, most famously, his breakout rework of The Notorious B.I.G.'s "One More Chance," although his model is called "Old Thing Back."
Now, Matoma provides followers extra juicy rinses, one among Tupac's "So Many Tears" and a brand new model of "Party We Will Throw Now!" from Warren G, Nate Dogg and The Game. The tunes can be found as free presents to those that textual content "HOLY MOLY" to (818) 408-6723.
"There's one thing concerning the power and movement of these old-school rappers that all the time has and all the time will convey me such inspiration," Matoma says. "These are a style of a few of the new stuff I'm placing collectively for the Holy Moly! Tour, and there's extra the place that got here from."
Text the quantity to listen to the new-school oldies now, and examine the complete checklist of dates for the Holy Moly! Tour beneath.