Herobust Goes So Hard on 'Vertebreaker EP,' You're Going to Need a Chiropractor: Listen

Antonella Alberti 


Ever since Atlanta producer Herobust started in on the world of trap, he's been one of the hardest beat-makers in the game. He came up in one of the States' undeniable hip-hop capitals, and he's more of a studio monster than a rave kid, so he's always brought a dirty darkness to his songs.

His latest EP, a six-track offering called Vertebreaker, is out not only to turn heads but break necks.

“It goes hard at the rave. It goes hard in the whip,” Herobust says in an emailed statement. “I always try to push the boundaries of bass music, but this time I really wanted the rap vibes to shine through as well. For those of us who think EDM has been missing some swag, the answer is here – the Vertebreaker EP.”

If you're a fan, you've surely heard the lead single and title track, but today, you can hear the whole nasty, grimy, face-crunching, ass-shaking EP. Grab it up online, and check it out below.


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