Meet Me At The Arcade – Reminding You of 80s’ Video Games
Our beloved DJ/MC/Actor/Artist Hip Hop Maniac (DJ Spank Master Boogie) has created indie label Miami2Vegas focused on the art form of Jazzy breaks and DJs with 2 new launches this year which will strictly go with vinyl records! The 1st single “Cotton Candy Glowsticks” launched from the upcoming album Cotton Candy Glowsticks highlights U.K. Britpop singer Melissa Hollick with Hip Hop Maniac (DJ Spank Master Boogie) in which he has presented his brilliant raps about festivities, rave parties and the likes. The 2nd single “Meet Me At The Arcade” is an ode to the arcade games of the 80s like Frogger, Galanga, Pac Man, Tron, Pong, Centipede, Mario Brothers and many other 8-16 bit fun video games enjoyed by kids as well as adults while spending their hard-earned quarters feeding into machines after school, on weekends and anytime they were running. Hip Hop Maniac is an Ear Candy Specialist available for parties, charities, festivals, fundraisers, restaurants and Block Parties to add real fun and charm to the party!
A Vintage Song
Meet Me At The Arcade is a vintage song too when video games were played for 25 cents with friends. It’s a combo of some jazzy fresh hip hop sounding beat of the 90s to rock the lines to the traditional sound Hip Hop Maniac always presents along with bringing soft, edgy, haunting verses with a robotic look.
Super producer Matt O’Neil from Boston has hooked up with Hip Hop Maniac to create this superb song.
About Cotton Candy Glowsticks
“Cotton Candy Glowsticks” embraces Hip Hop, Dance, EDM, House & Techno. According to Omar Jefferson (label owner/DJ/artist/MC/actor) the resurgence of youngsters turning towards the culture of classic music on vinyl is because of their knowledge of great musical launches like Jimmy Hendrix, The Doors, Pink Floyd and the time when there was a trend of 12″ and thewhole albums having great cover art. Young generation these days is trying to get connected to the music their parents grew up listening to. There is nothing bad with DJs being digital but it’s just the idea of going back to the roots of the whole culture that has become fully reliant upon digital based media. Vinyl and physical CDs will give a better user experience in the long run.
Enjoy Meet Me At The Arcade here….