A “Bumpy Teeth” collaboration may not be the only thing on Subtronics and Zeds Dead plate now. The co-produced track currently sits as one of the top-streamed singles off the recently released We Are Deadbeats Vol. 4 compilation album.
Last month, the Canadian moguls and their young, Philadelphia-based protégé exchanged tweets over the possibility of remixing Atmosphere’s “God Loves Ugly,” a record from the hip-hop duo’s 2002 sophomore album. The conversation naturally evolved out of Subtronics tweeting his ideally curated festival. Subsequently, Atmosphere hopped into the conversation triple-dog daring the frequent collaborators to take on the track.
Ok it’s on now haha
— ZEDS DEAD (@zedsdead) December 15, 2019
Fast forward to Subtronics’ Cyclops Invasion Tour at Los Angeles’ Hollywood Palladium, where the riddim-step producer dropped a bomb on his crowd in the form of the Atmosphere track to end out the night. No word on whether Zed Deads’ finger prints are on the track just yet, especially considering this is such a new development. But we can safely say that fans can expect the two frequent collaborators to release a hard-hitting remix of Atmosphere’s “God Love Ugly” in the not-so-distant future.
this was insane 🤯🔥 pic.twitter.com/IDmjQWciGF
— Yordan (@hashtonkushner) January 18, 2020
H/T: Electric Hawk.