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  • NEFFEX Drops Electrifying Single “Desperate” via NCS


    NEFFEX originally began in 2010, and by 2017, NEFFEX had amassed legions of followers by releasing a new song every week for 100 weeks, which is inspiring at the very least. The material issued as part of this challenge mixed EDM, rap, bass music, and other genres among these were now-viral tracks like “Fight Back,” “Rumors,” and “Best of Me”. 

    He’s carved out his own unique sound within the bass music realm and with his latest release, he’s joining forces with the imprint that’s the leader in copyright free songs, NCS, for his massive single “Desperate”. NCS has accumulated over 500 billion plays and its diverse collection of music can be found in more than 250 million videos from prominent content creators to international companies. It comes as no surprise that Forbes has recognized NCS as, “a YouTube-first label that allows indie creators to use and even monetize its music freely as long as they give due credit back to the content owners.” 

    “Desperate” has festival trap vibes written all over it, and is truly entertaining from start to finish. Featuring a captivating vocal amidst high energy drums and flaring synths, “Desperate” feels like a festival anthem and another smash for NEFFEX.

     “I create music to motivate and inspire people to pursue their goals and take their lives into their own hands. I believe empowering creators is a big part of that, and that’s why I make my songs free to use and monetize in your content.”NEFFEX

    Listen below!

    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: NEFFEX Drops Electrifying Single “Desperate” via NCS

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