With Only A Small Tease, ANGELZ Releases New "Saint Thug III" EP


Unlike some other artists that we are following (looking at you Snailz), we are following up with an artist we covered last week with a finished product. Kicking off this weekend we have Saint Thug: Numero III, the latest EP from producer ANGELZ over on Maison Sainte. ANGELZ has been making waves for a long time in the industry, even starting out writing for Def Jam in the early days. You can clearly see the influence, as ANGELZ’s g-house style is a fantastic example of the prime blending of hip-hop and classic UK Garage. Since 2015, ANGELZ has been able to sway audiences and industry powerhouses in his favor, garnering plenty of support and over 12 million streams across music streaming services.
While we were teased with “Letter After F” just a mere week ago, we still had no idea what ANGELZ had in store for us. “Letter After F” started to paint a grimey picture of an interesting blend of hip-hop and that sweet UK garage, but we weren’t prepared. The previous single starts off the EP and immediately sets the dancefloor beat that each of the tracks follows suit, with just a touch of added funk to the existing bass in our personal favorite track “Scarface”. The production is flawless throughout and easily convinces us that we are lost (in the best way) in an underground club.
You can check out the full Saint Thug III EP on Spotify below!

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Brandon Stuhr

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