It is always good to be open minded and discover new sounds and genres in music. With his unorthodox and unique style Houston, Texas native and OVO affiliate Eric Dingus, makes his debut on The Come Up Show blog. Known for his production on If You're Reading This It's Too Late and executive producing Jimmy Johnson's mixtapes, Eric Dingus is building quite an impressive resume. His abstract arrangements, sounds, and erratic interest in different hip hop sub genres makes him one of the most compelling producers in the industry. A good example is his most recent instrumental "Ice 1" which includes heavy influences of Trap, EDM, drum and bass, Industrial, and West Coast Hip Hop. This combination of sounds has allowed Eric to create his own recognizable production. The success of his constant experimentation, has given him an edge over average producers and a cult fan base that anticipates his next moves. Not exactly sure what the enigmatic producer has next for us but for now get amped with "Ice 1"
Jyrome Good is a singer/songwriter from Brampton, Ontario who is preparing to release his debut project, Ethereal. "Ocean 2" (Produced by Eric Dingus from Texas) is a silky-smooth gorgeous track with a spacey, zoning production. Each time the hook, "show me baby what you know" is repeated it feels as if you are being taken into different rooms within the track- every minute or so the experience changes, from slow echoings to subtle trap beats over an R&B harmony, to nothing but instrumentals. "Ocean 2" makes me feel like I'm listening to an entire album all in one song; it's the perfect track to listen to if you're in the mood to wind down or just take a quick break from reality. With this blend of multiple influences, "Ocean 2" is boundless, dabbling into soul, hip-hop, R&B, and as his debut album promises, the ethereal.