Young Franco teams up with Scrufizzer for straight bop, ‘About This Thing’

Young Franco

After a massive year of sold-out shows all over the world and over 15 million streams of hot cuts like ‘Miss You’ and ‘Drop Your Love’, Brisbane producer YOUNG FRANCO with ‘About This Thing’ featuring UK rapper Scrufizzer.

‘About This Thing’ shows an evolution of his signature combo of house and grime, teasing new avenues of catchy beats and grooves expected on his forthcoming EP due in early 2018.

Right off the bat, this single holds nothing back – crisp percussion and some bouncing bass work in tandem to create an irresistible groove. Scrufizzer‘s vocals are energetic and playful, matching perfectly with the production during the verses and filling the void in the quieter moments. The two artists play off each other like they’ve been at it for years, creating a perfect summer track that is sure to get bodies moving no matter where you play it.

With each track, Young Franco seems to refine his craft more and more, and ‘About This Thing’ is proof of this evolution. Every element is meticulously tuned to be as much of an ear-worm as possible, mixed with a myriad of electronic influences and his own unique production style. It’s a straight banger and an excellent tease for his upcoming EP.

In celebration of his new single, Young Franco is hosting a live streamed house party in Sydney on the 20th of October – if you’re keen, find out how you can win tickets here! Not one to ever stop working, he’s also embarking on the Wonderland Scarehouse Project this summer – check out the dates below, and grab tickets here.

Sunday 26 November –  Brisbane, QLD
Saturday 2 December – Melbourne, VIC
Saturday 9 December – Sydney, NSW

WORDS BY MAX LEWIS

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