Miami native creates club bangers perfect for the end of social distancing
MIAMI, FL – If there’s one thing Tabares24 is known for, it’s making club bangers and good quality music. The fast-rising musician from Little Havana in Miami, Florida has been making a name for himself over the past few years with his hard-hitting tunes and his one-of-a-kind flow. His most recent single, “Drop It On Site” is yet another sure-to-be-hit.
Influenced by an eclectic melting pot of different music over the years – from Hip Hop to Rock to Bachata and Salsa – Tabares24 fuses different sounds across bouncy beats in ways that get people moving. He is making his mark on the music industry with his 305 style of Hip Hop and Club anthems. And over the course of the stay-at-home orders following the COVID-19 pandemic, he has slowly put together a catalog of songs that are now ready to release to a world that’s ready to get out and party. He is the producer of these music releases as well.
“This new single is going to be a huge club song,” Tabares24 said. “It’s kind of my way of pushing back against these stay-at-home orders. I’m basically saying if you want to shut the clubs down, that’s fine, we’ll bring the clubs to the gram. It’s definitely a club banger and people are going to love it.”
Tabares24 is utilizing the help of some strippers to help market the song and the forthcoming music video, which is set to drop later this month. By utilizing the social media platform Tick Tock, Tabares24 has recruited strip club dancers who are currently out of work and having them dance to his song. Eventually, he said the music video will bring the strippers back to the club scene, as well as showcase them dancing around him on a party boat with him in the center entertaining everyone.
“We all have cabin fever right now and we desperately want the normalcy of Miami life back,” he said. “That’s what this song is about – getting back to what we love and having a good time.”
In addition to “Drop It On Site,” Tabares24 has released another single called “Where’s My Freedom At.” Unlike most of his other music, this song takes a different approach and is a bit more slow and soulful. It samples bit of Kanye’s music and features “hard lyrics” that explore everything going on with the global pandemic in ways that commiserate with others wanting to rebel against the negative side effects of social distancing.
Both singles will soon be available across all digital streaming platforms, with a music video for “Drop It On Site” to follow later this month.
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“Drop It On Site”