8 Songs, 32 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Rob Bailey and producer/songwriter The Hustle Standard launched in 2011 with the goal of making the most high-octane music to lift weights to. Beast is the apotheosis of their quest: eight iron-forged tracks that drop hardcore vocals and turnt-up motivational raps over a brutal landscape of driving dubstep and gnarly hip-hop. Their mission to be "the soundtrack to extreme life and culture" is carried out on tracks like "I Am Not Done" and "What I Live For," which cross Bailey's unhinged screamo swagger with melodic pop-rap elements.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Rob Bailey and producer/songwriter The Hustle Standard launched in 2011 with the goal of making the most high-octane music to lift weights to. Beast is the apotheosis of their quest: eight iron-forged tracks that drop hardcore vocals and turnt-up motivational raps over a brutal landscape of driving dubstep and gnarly hip-hop. Their mission to be "the soundtrack to extreme life and culture" is carried out on tracks like "I Am Not Done" and "What I Live For," which cross Bailey's unhinged screamo swagger with melodic pop-rap elements.

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