Today, Tampa Bay hip-hop duo They Hate Change launch their latest single ‘Stunt Cams’, a hard-hitting and out of the box groove that sits somewhere between Outkast and JPEGMAFIA for us. Following a string of releases on cult label Deathbomb Arc, producer-rappers Andrè and Vonne have become known for combining old-school sampling and cypher-style rapping with the chaotic joy of booty bass, Chicago footwork, and experimental dance music.
‘Stunt Cams’ is the first taste of They Hate Change’s forthcoming EP 666 Central Ave., a collection of five tracks that underscore the duo’s genre-defying intricacies and forward-thinking production style. Since their last release, the pair have found fans in every corner of the globe and recently joined Godmode’s roster of influential breakout acts like Channel Tres, JPEGMAFIA and Yaeji, They Hate Change are setting the bar for unconventional next wave hip-hop.
To celebrate the release of ‘Stunt Cams’, we asked They Hate Change to give their picks from Tampa Bay’s culturally-rich music scene. It’s a solid mix of underground legends and upcoming artists that they have been feeling lately, check out the list below.
Follow They Hate Change here for more and watch the video for ‘Stunt Cams’ below.