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Calabasas and pop sensation Marc E Bassy released visuals for their new eclectic single “Voices” on all platforms. This latest offering from Calabasas is nothing short of a complete elevation of the style and sound they’re crafting. In addition, with masterfully penned lyrics and a hard-hitting pop instrumental, Calabasas and Marc E Bassy have absolutely smashed it.

“Voices” features a powerful hook from Marc E Bassy that gives the track undeniable replay potential. The single comes along just in time for listeners who may be thinking about a time where they wish they’d said something they hadn’t. Above all, the pairing of Marc E Bassy with Franskiiz’s instrumental and Watrcup’s lyrics make for an incredible summer radio smash.

OKAY: An LA Story

Calabasas —the Los Angeles duo of Watrcup and Franskiiz bury personal experiences inside of bold and boisterous alternative pop punctuated by hip-hop rhymes, electronic waves, R&B grooves, and cinematic flourishes. Their two separate paths converged inside of Calabasas. Calabasas in March of 2020 caught the attention of seasoned industry mogul Bu Thiam former SVP of A&R at Def Jam, younger brother of Akon and more recently co-manager to Kanye West. After being taken under the wing of Bu, Calabasas was flown to Cody Wyoming in May of 2020 to write and produce for Kanye West testing their skills as production duo.
In July of 2020 Calabasas released their break out single “Believe In Me” which found its way onto Spotify’s Fresh Finds editorial playlist in the #1 spot just one week after release as well as peaked at #32 on the SoundCloud Top 50 US charts after amassing over 3 million streams. In October of 2020 The Image followed up “Believe In Me” with their infectious single “Beaujolais” which quickly gained the attention of Apple Music and Spotify. The track was placed at #6 on Apple Music Hot Tracks and on Spotify landed on the editorial playlists Signed XOXO #24 as well as Alternative Hip-Hop at #3. In addition the track peaked at #29 on the SoundCloud Top 50 US charts after garnering a whopping 2 million streams in just under a month.