For almost half a decade Macrohard’s Moombahton and Trap infusion has dominated bass speakers in South Korea, and eventually made its way to the states resulting in booking regular shows at Webster Hall, Marquee, Bar Schimmi, and more. As director of “Bad Reputation NYC” Macrohard has acted as a catalyst in bridging the gap between South Korean and American Music by cultivating a thriving underground hip-hop and bass party scene.
With growing up in America, Macrohard’s sound and original music tends to rely heavily on his Hip-Hop roots. Today, Macrohard has brought us a new sonic earworm titled “Right on time” featuring rhymes by Tae-Buddha and vocals by Pollimer. Newly released via Daily Earfood, “Right On Time” will find a welcome home among fans of tracks like Diplo’s “Bank Roll” and Foreign Ears “Free Animal” with its fusion of trap and glitch hop elements topped off with an infectious lyrical composition.
If unfamiliar with Macrohard before now, the Korean-American is responsible for immensely popular mixes on Radio Adidas Podcast titled, “BASS” in March 2017, and his music was also heard as a selection on BBC 1xtra’s Diplo and Friends. Prior to his previous successes’, two of Macrohard’s original beats were also used in A&R Room Mixtape ‘Aug 11’ which featured such artists as Pharrell, N.O.R.E. and De La Soul.
Up next for Macrohard, stay tuned for additional original releases coming in 2017 and live dates soon to be announced.