Shortly after Nitti Gritti‘s collaboration with Gammer on “Underdogs” he has returned back home to Diplo‘s Mad Decent label for a release with TYNAN called “Holy Chit.” It really makes you say that, too.
“Holy Chit” isn’t quite dubstep. It’s almost trap. And it straddles a fine line for drumstep. As you’ll hear throughout the track, “Holy Chit” leverages a number of the aforementioned genre elements. The producers open the track with a devious orchestra sound in 12/8 time signature that lays a solid groundwork for what’s to come. The first drop dives into a dubstep groove, while the second drop slides into drumstep so smoothly. Nitti Gritti and TYNAN bring back the orchestral section after the second drop. There’s no shame in having to say “Holy Chit” over and over again.