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Ganja White Night & Boogie T – Flava

Hailing from Belgium, electronic producer duo Ganja White Night team up with Louisiana singer/producer Boogie T on a brand new bass summer jam Flava — arriving today via Big Beat Records.

Ganja White Night’s early influences are found at the roots of Bass-Music. During the past decade, the duo has cemented their position in electronic music with their hybrid, genre-bending production & live performances, 6 albums & multiple international tours & festival circuits.  The band recently took a new creative direction tinted with hip-hop and more generally hybrid electronic music after the release of their fourth album Addiction in 2014.

No boundaries, no limits just straight to the punch. With an extraordinary buildup and a massive punch, making your body move to the break of dawn. Leaving you wanting more, this is a summer track that will surely be a track to remember.

Born and raised in the swamps of Louisiana, Brock Thornton aka Boogie T has been playing and writing music since the tender age of eight. Hailing from the South, the cradle of the soul, it is easy to hear this influence in his music. Riddim, Dubstep, Bass, whatever you want to call it, Boogie T has always been about entertaining. Whether singing, playing guitar/keys/bass, acting, DJ’ing or producing. Boogie T's goal is simple: make great music and connect with people by taking risks and pushing boundaries.

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