Atlanta-based producer and tastemaker, HXV released "Living Life" last month featuring OG Maco and Ricky Remedy, and now the massive track is getting a heavy rework from Bromance Records rep, Ateph Elidja. The French producer transforms the hype, speaker knocking original into a sinister anthem complete with rolling, intricate percussion and a boost of raw energy.
To give a bit of background on HXV, he's been in the deep south trap scene for longer than most people have even been djing. His collaborations range from work with rappers Lil Uzi Vert, Rome Fortune, and Mac Turn Up, but his artistic workflow proves insatiable when witnessing his lef- field approach works with BLKKMORRIS, Debroka, and his curation of VAVLT. HXV is a massive force behind the Atlanta music scene, not to be taken lightly.
Be sure to check out HXV's newly released track "Vultures" as well as Ateph Elidja debut EP "Hurt" out next week.