Sabatahj Shares New Single 'Crush Grooves' On The FADER

 Artwork by Sabatahj

Artwork by Sabatahj

Following the late 2015 release of his Zapp & Roger Troutman-inspired southern jam "Old Skoo," the young Louisville, Kentucky-based multi-instrumentalist, producer, rapper, singer, and songwriter Sabatahj takes us back to the '90s with "Crush Grooves." Featuring vocals from Felly The Voice (who's penned songs for J. Holiday, Dawn Richard, Keri Hilson, and more), the single puts a stamp on Tahj's unique, sensual style of music, and opens a new chapter of the '502 Come Up.'

Crush Grooves’ is a style of music I’ve created using the influences of early ‘90s Southern rap, mixed with sensual contemporary R&B. [It’s] a style of music based on my perception of sex and love.
— Sabatahj

 

Listen to "Crush Grooves" on SoundCloud

Premiere Of "Crush Grooves" on The FADER

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