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Bam Bam Announces Debut EP ‘The Good Life’ – Out March 28

Australia is unveiling new hip-hop talent at a phenomenal pace, and a name you are going to hear more and more of is, Bam Bam – announcing his debut EP The Good Life, which will be released on Friday March 28, 2014 through Ten To Two Records

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Australia is unveiling new hip-hop talent at a phenomenal pace, and a name you are going to hear more and more of is, Bam Bam – announcing his debut EP The Good Lifewhich will be released on Friday March 28, 2014 through Ten To Two RecordsExclusive physical pre-order packagesare available at bambam.tentotworecords.com and the digital EP can be pre-ordered from iTunes now!

A gifted breakdancer, writer and rapper; over the past few years the multi-talented Bam Bam has shifted his full-time focus from breaking to music – touring with old mate 360 to an army of new fans, and dropping mixtapes Straight Outta Bedrock and Miwk Hawk to the impressive reception of 30,000 downloads. His first single, ‘Bags Packed’, outright showed he was a new contender, combining massive hooks with effortlessly slick production. Topped off with a seamless contribution from rising star Allday, ‘Bags Packed’ brought the party vibes of Bam Bam’s very physical live show, while showing an equal confidence and dexterity in the studio.

Since then, anticipation of a new release from Bam Bam has only grown… and he has delivered. Just like its name would suggest, The Good Life EP is a celebration – uplifting and irrepressibly alive. As with his first single, Bam Bam’s natural talent for getting the party started is all over the EP, but the depth and detail put into each track is more impressive still.

Kicking off with second single ‘Feel Like I’m Alive’The Good Life EP captures the excitement and boundless promise of this first major step in Bam Bam’s musical career – Listen to the new single currently streaming on Soundcloud!

Bam Bam’s debut EP, The Good Life will be released on Friday, March 28th 2014 through Ten To Two Records.

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