[info_box_3 title=”ABOUT THE RELEASE”] RNR 2.0 is Will Brennan‘s sexy summer follow up to his “RNR” single and, true to Will’s signature musical style, the song can’t be defined by just one genre. RNR 2.0 is infused with soothing acoustic melodies, the sensual voice of Jenny Reynolds, and a backdrop of trap beats provided by EthniKids. This package includes RNR remixes by DJ Burn One and Madeaux.
Combined with Will’s smooth rapping, this remix package is the perfect Summer set to blast in the car with friends on the way to wherever you’re about to GET WEIRD.[/info_box_3][/one_half_last]
TGIF?No!TGIFF!“Thank god it’s f*cking Friday” with this week’s #FreeFriday giveaway! Southern hip hop giant DJ Burn One puts his signature stamp on Will Brennan‘s “RNR” and slows it down from 100 miles an hour to booty grindin’ speed limit!. Who knew driving speed limit could be so good?! The track has an authentic Texas chop/screw vibe with shades of an Atlanta trap influence.
“Slow motion for me, slow motion for me, move in slow motion for me”
Dim Mak Records in collaboration with The Wayward Minds and DJ Burn One present the Double A-Side release of Will Brennan‘s “RNR” and “Fall In Love.” These singles serve as the first offering from the re-release of Will Brennan‘s “Prodigal Son” on Dim Mak Records. The single package also features bass-heavy Trap remixes from DJ Enferno, Austin Millz, Scott Dro, and DJ Codeman.
Today, The Smoking Section premieres the latest from Dim Mak’s Hip Hop signee Will Breanan, “Pressure” produced by DJ Burn One and 5PMG. Atlanta’s staple producer, DJ Burn One plants a springboard sampling Regina Spektor “Dance Anthem of the 80’s” joined by flourishing piano notes and sharp beats that play for Will Brennan to profess about “Pressure”. The lyrics let up, and the track closes with a guitar belting out and a lithesome piano trail.
“I have been performing these verses acapella at all of my shows for a few months to make sure people hear the lyrics. I could never find the right beat for it until Burn One and co. laced “Pressure.” It’s a personal mission statement about who I am and who I’m trying to become.” – WILL BRENNAN