With the current saturation occurring in the bass music community, it can be quite an arduous mission to find an artist that is so highly regarded clear across the board, but this is a badge of honor that Chee wears with immense pride. Satiating the sonic tastebuds of a wide range of music aficionados, from hearty halftime enthusiasts to debaucherous dubstep dabblers, he’s concocted an overall sound and style that defies all preexisting boundaries with relative ease. From his debut Quarter Inch EP that defied all earthbound logic, and his more classic cuts like his ‘Who Dat Boy‘ bootleg and ‘Get Hot,‘ he’s shown time and time again that he’s more than capable of handcrafting some of the most forward-thinking sounds in the game. Now, he’s back with his sophomore body of work in the form of his Paralysis Analysis EP, out now on Deadbeats.
Wasting no time making a major statement to the growth Chee’s amassed over the past 10 months since Quarter Inch’s release, ‘Wallflower’ positions itself as one of his most impressive tracks to date. Featuring lush melodic elements coupled with gravitational groove, it’s easy to get lost in the soothing soundscapes. Eliciting quiet confidence that breathes bravery and boldness into the beholder, this piece moves you at a subatomic level, veritable ambrosia on the bones.
Immediately building a dense air of illustrious allure, listeners will be completely unsure of what they’re about to experience. A foreboding, formidable vocal sample intro grips the attention and hardens the resolve to endure the experience that’s about to impact your being. Hellacious hip-hop undertones with grimy, gritty growls on the bass lines berate in an oh so beautiful way.
A collab that seemingly came out of nowhere but literally no one is complaining exists, ‘Fight Club’ with Mr. Carmack successfully morphs the two titanic styles of these individual master craftsmen. Opening with a mightily intimidating vocal sample that makes seatbelt clicking compulsory, listeners will be quite aware that they’re in for one hell of a wild ride. Exceptional deluges of bass combined with sensational rhythm captivate the minds of all within earshot, the undeniable presence of true pioneers of sound permeating the surrounding area.
Continuing the trend of audible domination that permeates the entirety of Paralysis Analysis, ‘Operator Bludgeoning‘ flaunts Chee’s trademarked sound to the Nth degree. Sassy vocal chops and luscious low end create a top-tier listening experience that massages the ear canals oh-so-heavenly. Light on abrasion, but heavy on vibes, a fresh sense of adventure will be soaked into each individual’s existence. An all-you-can-eat bass buffet of immense proportions, you can surely consider the operator to be fully bludgeoned.
Finishing off Paralysis Analysis is ‘Turn Up’, and we already had phenomenal coverage that you can find here!
With a veritable tidal wave of hype building up to the full release of this project in its entirety, Chee has proven once again that he’s one of the most progressive and proficient in the business with Paralysis Analysis. Displaying massive progression in his already tell-tale sound, longstanding fans will be provided with more than they can muster, and people unfamiliar with his style will be roped in with seemingly no effort whatsoever. A body of work that’s just impossible to dislike, Chee has done it once again. Check out Paralysis Analysis in full for yourself below!