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What So Not Unleash Massive Must Hear Track JAGUAR

What So Not is back with yet another massive new original. The dynamic new banger JAGUAR has a lot more to offer us this time than just the classic What So Not sound. Electro-house moments, and a mesmerizing vocal chant come together to create something along the lines of electro-indie-trap, which, when combined with it’s light synths and a nice bass & snare clap, makes for an extremely catchy track. But there’s a twist. Just when you think you’ve summed up JAGUAR, it strikes again out of nowhere with a dirty floor shaking drop, and bass so fierce, it would frighten even the toughest of predators. Our explanation of this work of art doesn’t give the track quite what it deserves, so take it from their label in this hilarious description:

If it were a human, it would be obese in every way. Full with melody and hooks, but equally stuffed with an eruption of bass and euphoria, this is THAT TRACK. It’s got the signature What So Not sound, but then it’s like the fat kid hung at the buffet all day, and just plied himself with everything on the (what so not) menu. It’s the hot chick that can sing and dance and hold down an amazing conversation.

Now that all is said and done, you really have to hear the track to appreciate the level it’s at. You can also pre-order the track on iTunes, it is expected to be released December 10th according to iTunes, but What So Not has it releasing on the 6th, so keep your eyes peeled, and enjoy the track below.

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