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REAPER’s ‘RENEGADE’ EP Is A Portal To American Drum and Bass

Since bursting onto the scene with his unique brand of bass music, REAPER's relentless quest to break away from the status quo has caught the attention of the dance music community across the globe.

In such a short amount of time, the American-born trailblazer has garnered support from Illenium, RL Grime, Zeds Dead, Slander, Kayzo and more. As the Champion of the American drum and bass movement, REAPER has plans to bring his sound to the hearts and souls of enthusiasts around the world.

Now unveiling the next bits to his artillery, his sophomore EP ‘RENEGADE' arrives today via Monstercat. Championing his role in the American drum and bass scene, REAPER is poised to act as a portal to the new era of the genre.


“The RENEGADE EP is a story of uprising and rebellion. These are the sounds of aggression, swagger, and triumph involved in the defection from an evil machine-led government. The Renegades fight for those who are slaves to the tyrannical regime. I want this EP to serve as a reminder that individuality and freedom is always worth fighting for—even when it means standing up to threatening adversaries.” – REAPER

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