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YDG, Rated R’s new track, 'Disgrace,' is not for the faint of heart

The song comes after their ruthless B2B at Wobbleland in January.

YDG and Rated R are the duo we never knew we needed.

Their latest, self-released single, Disgrace, infuses the best of each producer, conjuring up a truly menacing dubstep beat.

The song itself is a savage onslaught, channeling YDG’s classic horror-theme, alongside Rated R’s explicit and daring production style.

Considering the two producers’ branding, we can’t think of a more appropriate collab.

Adding to the blood shed, Disgrace comes shortly after YDG’s last release, Exterminate, which we covered on Dubstep FBI. Featuring a similar theme of carnage and utter turpitude, the song showcases the producer’s affinity for the horror genre.

YDG last time he was in Denver at Cervantes [photo by Nathen Lane]

Rated R, on the other hand, has a busy year ahead. Having kicked off the Tornado tour with Bandlez last month, fans can expect to catch a set of his in cities like Atlanta, Toronto, Minneapolis and more. Our agents will be at the Rated R and Bandlez Denver show on Feb. 16, which the riddim cowgirl THRASHA is opening up for.

For those of us lucky enough to send Wobbleland last month, YDG and Rated R reportedly killed their very first B2B. The festival, held in Salt Lake City, featured other heavy-hitters in the bass music scene including Zomboy, Phaseone, Riot Ten, among many others.

As for Disgrace? The song is out now on all streaming platforms - listener discretion is advised.


Dubstep News Reporter, Everleigh Malley, can be reached on Twitter and Instagram.

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