M4TD (Man 4 The Day) [feat. Rochelle Chedz & Jay Nahge]
Mical Teja & System32
Hailing from the islands of Trinidad and Tobago, System32 is a team of highly-skilled producers, artists, and DJs at the helm of today’s burgeoning Caribbean EDM scene. Consisting of Simon “The System” Sanowar, Kevin “1KB” Beharry, and Mical “Teja” Williams, the group merges Soca, Reggae, Dancehall, and Hip Hop with various styles of Electronic Dance Music and Pop including Trap, House, and Tropical. Their genre-bending sounds have consistently permeated local airwaves since the group began working together in late 2014. Since their formation, System32 has performed at and provided mixes for Trinidad’s biggest Dance Music events, such as Life In Color and Sunset Festival, where they’ve shared the spotlight with international acts such as Diplo, Skrillex, Steve Aoki, David Solano, and more. They’ve also collaborated with regional household names including Machel Montano, 5 Star Akil, K. Rich, Shurwayne Winchester, and Olatunji. Their production of the post-Carnival 2016 anthem - Olatunji’s “One Life To Live” (OL2L), is a perfect example of their fast-paced Caribbean Dance Music sound. Determined to bring fellow up-and-coming Trini artists along on their journey, System32 is set to release a steady stream of music in 2017. Their next release, “Man For the Day (M4TD)”, featuring Trinidadian Hip Hop artists Rochelle Chedz and Jay Nahge, is due to drop June 16, 2017 on Jillionaire of the chart-topping group Major Lazer’s label Feel Up Records. The track is a jackpot combo of unforgettable pop melodies, bright shimmery production, and of course, a contagious dancehall beat. In a global pop music environment recently dominated by Caribbean-influenced artists, System32 is poised to crossover and take the world by storm.