[av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=” admin_preview_bg=”] Kryder had recently been blamed for turning around. With this title “MTV“, the British producer takes everybody to the defensive, as he returns on Tiesto’s label Musical Freedom, the label he revealed in 2011 with the famous “K2”.
At the first listen of the piece, one is a little circumspect vis-a-vis with the mixture of the operated genres.
Undoubtedly to bring a little variety in his sets, Kryder attacked Dire Straits’ “Money for Nothing” (released in 1985) and combined it with his house style.
The drop may seem a little strange. On the other hand, the start of the break is very interesting and we find the leg of Kryder.
The end result is somewhat mixed even though we welcome the initiative. Anyway, Kryder will probably have time to catch up on his forthcoming releases.