To the delight of bass music fans around the world, Snails just announced collaborations with numerous notable producers in the game. The Canadian artist tweeted a list of seven upcoming tunes with nine collaborators.
None of the seven collaborations have been named, however, the nine artists Snails (real name Frédérik Durand) will be working with have been revealed. Durand will join forces with SVDDEN DEATH, Subtronics, Kill The Noise, Sullivan King, Grabbitz, Barely Alive, Kompany, Liquid Stranger, and Carbin.
Earlier in the summer, fans of the Canadian "vomitstep" pioneer were treated to the WWE-inspired track "RKO" featuring Rico Act.
Some have pointed out that in the tweet he lists an unnamed collaboration with Subtronics, yet earlier in the week, it was announced that their track "SNAILCLOPS" would release this week. This has led to some believe that the duo have an additional track on the horizon, but this cannot be confirmed.
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At the time of writing, Durand has not revealed the release dates for the heap of upcoming tunes.