Since entering the scene in 2016, bass enthusiasts and melodic masterminds Part Native have been steadily establishing a name for themselves in electronic music, demonstrating their production expertise on a multitude of releases through labels such as Capitol Records, Hi Def Youth, AIA, and their own imprint Swang.
Known for their forward thinking sound design and intuitive songwriting ability, the LA and Florida-based duo have proven themselves with a stockpile of originals and remixes. Part Native’s 2016 remix of Skrillex’s famous collaboration with Rick Ross, Purple Lamborghini has been renowned by fans and bass heavyweights alike. Accumulating over 1.5 million streams worldwide, the duo exploded onto the scene over night and soon followed with the release of Booty Dew, Purp, Spaz Out, and Purge all reaching over 500k streams worldwide. The duo soon ended 2016 with a remix of NGHTMRE & LOUDPVCK’s Click Clack which created more buzz and skyrocketed to over 600k streams worldwide. 2017 has been a booming year for Part Native starting off with their string symphony infused trap track Inferno and soon followed with an arsenal of singles and remixes including a collaboration with Nitti Gritti and Harvey J titled Snapping’ & Trappin’, a remix of What So Not’s Touched, and a massive remix of Skrillex and Habstrakt’s Chicken Soup. Part Native’s extensive catalogue continues to grow as the duo constantly builds and evolves their sound.