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  • The BreakBomb Project & Maxine Release Melodic Bass Single, “Gasoline”


    From the imagination of musical sensation Brandon Greenstein, The BreakBomb Project (or Breakbomb) is a rising outfit that is revolutionizing the EDM scene. After dropping his debut single “World” in 2018, BreakBomb has gone on to create an extensive library of melodic hits. Showcasing his artistic vision, BreakBomb’s first album, The Project, was a booming success. Carrying on the momentum garnered by his first two years as an artist, BreakBomb’s 2020 anthem “Deep End” received a massive amount of support from TikTok and other social media platforms. Exponentially growing his fanbase, BreakBomb followed this up with “WHY”, which climbed up the radio charts and even earned placements in Spotify’s featured playlists.

    Now, BreakBomb aims to continue his hot streak with his brand new single “Gasoline”. Searching for the perfect vocalist to fit his distinct sound, Breakbomb decided to join forces with singer-songwriter Maxine on the track. Maxine couldn’t be a better fit, delivering heavenly vocals that blend seamlessly with the mesmerizing, melodic bass instrumental in “Gasoline.

    “Initially I started making this track just for fun, not to officially release under BreakBomb. But after I found Maxine on TikTok, I sent her some of my demos and she liked Gasoline the best. Her writing and vocal performance combined with some unique genre-bending production ended up making one of my favorite songs to date.” – BreakBomb

    Listen below!

    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: The BreakBomb Project & Maxine Release Melodic Bass Single, “Gasoline”

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