4B – Carnival (feat. Bunji Garlin) [Official Video]
East Coast to the bone and packing a mean Jersey kick, DJ/producer 4B is relentless in his pursuit of aggressive vibey club perfection. Since his first release ‘Bomboclat’ premiered on BBC Radio 1Xtra’s Diplo & Friends mix, 4B has been wow-ing all the heavy-hitters in the industry, receiving track support from Skrillex, Diplo, DJ Snake, Tiesto, Kaskade, Zeds Dead, and many more.
Making it his mission to channel explosive energy into ever-refined productions, 4B unleashes off-the-wall music video for track “Carnival (Ft. Bunji Garlin)” released on his Weapons EP [Mad Decent 2016]. The music video angles on a young grocery store clerk who tries to close up and go home, but instead gets spooked out when the lights go out due to a thunderstorm. It is at that moment that he begins to witness bizarre scenarios throughout the store—like floating astronauts, real life chicken fights, shopping cart races, soapy foam parties and more. On what inspired the madness: “The inspiration for the music video came from the song’s title “Carnival,” which is based off the festival in Brazil, but we wanted to take it another route; to show crazy scenarios happen where they never really do,” state directors Justin Jones and Jesse Diamond.
4B’s come a long way since writing his first beats on a high school lunch table in Westfield, New Jersey. His dynamic remixes, including one of Fetty Wap’s ‘My Way’ with Flosstradamus, have garnered millions of plays and praise from all of the major dance publications. His track ‘Pop Dat’ was the single most played song on the Mad Decent Boat Party and went on to become the quintessential winter booty-dropping anthem of 2015. It spent weeks on Spotify’s Global Viral 50 chart, where it recently peaked at #6. He continues to push the limits with his music. Upcoming releases find him incorporating a new down-tempo sound into his signature Jersey Club roots. While remaining at the forefront of innovative production, fans can also still count on him to supply them with his recognizable club anthems. 4B has come a long way since writing his first beats on a high school lunch table in Westfield, New Jersey.