NEW YORK, NY - Friday, January 19, 2018 - Gramercy production duo S.C.R.D. released their highly anticipated, club-crossover jam, titled “Saturday Right,” featuring Sweet Chuck and A$ton Dollar$ trading bars on verses and hooks.
This hypnotic, melodic and catchy composition is tightly crafted by DJ Journey, with lowend support from American Jazz Bassist, James Genus (SNL/Herbie Hancock) who once again delivers his signature groovelines. Meanwhile, the whimsical rhythmic riffs of Daniel Picciotto’s Gibson guitar, playfully dance along the topline in the background. Both tease the melody and then prominently strut across the bridge before sweeping listeners back into a final chorus and breakdown.
This single release is the first collaboration between S.C.R.D. and A$ton Dollar$ who originally met after multiple back to back studio sessions over the past couple of years. Producer/Engineer Rich Ahee (Shelter Island Sound) was the common denominator and mutual engineer between the two groups. Eventually dots were linked and everyone came together to make this record.
While the record was conceived, written and recorded over a couple of days at Shelter Island Studio on April, 20th, 2016, the final record was actually mixed months later at Lounge Studios / Vanilla Sky, and didn’t get mastered until late last 2017 by Mikaelin ‘Blue’ BlueSpruce.
"From then, until now, many things have happened in our worlds’ and the world around us. And we’re just blessed to be able to make music that makes people feel something, and in this case it’s a warm, loving, family and friends vibe ‘n good times. Especially after last year, and just in time for the Spring and Summer!" - S.C.R.D.
Saturday Right is available across global retailers Amazon, Google Play, and across streaming platforms Apple Music, Spotify and Tidal. Saturday Right is a Hip Hop genre, danceable track that grooves at 105 BPM, with remixes expected during spring and summer, be released by Flourish$Prosper Music Group.
Artist production duo, Sweet Chuck Ravin Dave write, produce and perform music, videos and content under Trip Digital, Inc. The two met in Gramercy, New York City during the fall of 2013, and by 2014 began writing and recording at the 19th street studio.
On June 30, 2015 the duo released their first single titled “Someday.” Over the past two years S.C.R.D. have released four additional singles, two videos and have executive produced over twenty more records that will release in 2018. “Saturday Right” is the first release of 2018.
S.C.R.D. is named after Sweet Chuck and Ravin Dave, the two principal members of the group. Together they infuse old skool beats, live instrumentation and witty, humorous and slightly satirically lude lyrics to take fans on a journey through heartbreaks with an ebullience for life and the thirst for adventure. Their collaboration between each other, thrives off co-collaborating with local musicians, friends and fans they lure into their musical tsunami, which helps drive their artistic creativity to new heights.
Marlon Beaudouin (born July 17, 1986) better known by his stage name Young Aston/Aston Dollars, is an aspiring American Rap/R&B artist. Marlon was born to Haitian parents and raised in Hillside, Queens, N.Y. His first introduction to music was through piano instructions as a child. He also participated in musical activities at his church and school. In junior high school, he began writing his own music producing songs. During this time, Marlon was introduced to different artist in the business that inspired him and guided him into improving his musical projects.
Jeremy Gonzalez, aka “The Jerm”, introduced Marlon to different beats and techniques for improving his sound. James Williams, an old school producer, taught Marlon how to use words to add meaning and taste to his work. Aston has a very authentic way to his rhyming & singing. He is very versatile with concepts when it comes to his lyrics. Not only are his lyrics spectacular in the fact they are deep and at some points make you question facts about your own life, but also the fact he is obligated to getting his thoughts on paper shows his passion for the music. Passion that you yourself can feel when you sit back and actually listen, no do not listen HEAR what he is trying to portray.
The determination from this twenty five year old will shock you. The consistent hits, which pour from his mind is “remarkable” The way he portrays himself as a true Artist. Aston gets the party started wherever he is at. Today, at age 31, Marlon’s passion continues to grow as he spends his free time in the studio recording and producing songs such as What's My Name, Stripper Pole (SP.1) and Stripper Pole 2 (SP.2), in preparation for his upcoming album.
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