So by now most of you know that Jay Fay has taken the moombahton scene by storm with his amazing production style that was so apparent on his early releases and was fully refined and difficult to duplicate by the time the “Uncrushable” remix and the $$$OOPS$$$ EP dropped. Jay Fay has worked with top talent as well as helped expose top talent. At his incredibly young age (he still can’t legally drink in the club his song is destroying), very few can approach the standard set by this man. Generation Bass is another force to be reckoned with in the moombahton scene and now they have teamed up with Jay Fay to present Moombah Volume 5 “Mashitup” which is available now, now, now on Beatport! Let’s help this climb the charts and get Jay Fay as high on the charts as Bro Safari, Cam Jus and a host of others have been recently.
First off, you must download “Mashitup” for free right now. The vocal samples and early drums and edits are just the tip of the iceberg but have enough cool elements that if the drop never came I’d be alright. Luckily with Jay Fay, not only is the drop coming, it’s coming for your entire family (LOL). If you don’t die immediately after you hear “Mashitup Now”, you will play this forever. Then I would strongly recommend purchasing the entire EP. I spun these songs to death with one another and had a hard time for several days playing anything else. “El Serracho” ft Boogat is the one that really gets me. I’m such a huge fan of this style that Jay Fay does, you will hear elements of his other tracks but it’s still super fresh and the vocals are perfect. The EP also features a heater of a collabo with J-Trick called “Killswith”. Jay Fay and J-Trick, hmmmm. J&J Music Factory Finally, you can def get down to the sounds of “I Wanna” and I think everyone will “wanna” when you rinse out this album you just bought. Boom!