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Morristown, New Jersey, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2013 | SELF

Morristown, New Jersey, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2013
Solo Hip Hop Electronic


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"YUNG BAE and Flamingosis team up for 'Fall In Love With Me' [Track of the Day]"

We've been on Portland-based YUNG BAE for a few months now (for instance, check out the super-dream of 'When It Comes To You'), and we love his simultaneous blasts of soulful power and delicate melodic atmospherics, often sampling something – whether it's anime vocals or '70s-sounding love songs – into the mix. This time around he's teamed up with sampling maestro Flamingosis for a heady swoon of soul in 'Fall In Love With Me'.

Whether or not it's based on Taiwanese series of the same name is difficult to say, and after much googling, even the samples remain a mystery. But certainly identifiable are the untouchable loops and repetitive instrumental hits, the heart-caressing daytime soap melody, the robust bass striding through amidst scrappy bursts of the beat, the dynamics of treble and bass reduction, the calm seaside fade-out. It's enough to literally make you fall in love with this collaboration, that's fo sho. - The Four Oh Five

"[Chill] Flamingosis - Juicy"

Every beatmaker worth their salt has at least sampled Biggie at one point in their career. It’s a completely different story when one goes above and beyond and creates an entire instrumental around a track, which is exactly what Flamingosis did with “Juicy”. We think you’ll find the redesigned beat to be much more jazzy, which is definitely an interesting take on a classic. The original is textbook hip-hop flaunting so we think this more refined, exotic beat fits the lyric material perfectly, but you be the judge. What do you think? - The Music Ninja

"PREMIERE: Flamingosis & Snubluck – Yah!"

Our homie Flamingosis linked up with Snubluck and created one of our favorite future bass tracks this month in “Yah!”. And wow, this track is dope. Not sure what synth these two found but it completely takes over and makes the song what it is. The track has several layers – a bubbly synth, a nice melodic, atmospheric synth, clean snare and bass, and the sample that gives the song its name.

Flamingosis has been on a tear as of late; we included his remix of ‘Look At Me Now’ in our Too Future. Playlist Vol. 14 and he killed it at our Too Future Series Vol. 1 in Chicago. This track shows no signs of slowing down, either. Flamingosis and Snubluck wanted the RTT readers to hear “Yah!” first, so check it out below and grab that free download too. - Run the Trap

"Flamingosis – “Those Eyes”"

We all need something to lull us into a nice, fall weekend. Flamginosis’ lush “I Like It” does just that, with gentle Latin folk acoustics and a serene, slightly vocoded “Ooh, I like it,” vocal sample gliding across the astral plane. I posted a bunch of Flamingosis tracks last year, and the young producer – Aaron Velasquez – continues to make steps in diversifying his sound. His adoration for everything from soul to hip-hop already suggested that he would have no difficult expanding his arsenal, and “I Like It” and the brand new, funk/hip-hop hybrid “Trippin'” show just that. His most impressive stylistic hybrid yet may be the suave “Those Eyes”, a dizzying mixture of tranquil organs, orgasmic hushed vocals, and whirring percussion. Be sure to check out his treasure trove of Soundcloud and Bandcamp content, too. Flamingosis gets thousands of plays the day he releases a track for a reason. - Obscure Sound

"The Notorious B.I.G. – “Juicy (Flamingosis Remix)”"

It was 20 years ago today that The Notorious B.I.G. dropped his debut album Ready To Die and today Flamingosis honors that. Taking the album’s lead single “Juicy,” he replaces the original beat with something very different. The new beat is a chill, almost surreal jazz like beat with little melodic accents and flutes characterizing it. If you’re already rinsing Ready To Die today, you could slip this in there to get a different feel. - Do Androids Dance


Aaron Velasquez, better known as Flamingosis, has no shortage of material in his musical repertoire to prove deserving of his ties with Keats Collective, an independent label on the forefront of the future-funk genre. After honing in on a style of sample-based groove and soul with a series of releases over the past couple years, Flamingosis is set to release his self-titled LP next week, which features the recently released single “Surface.” Flamingosis hits us hard with slapped bass lines and swung grooves to drive along his sampled-vocal chops, in what might be the hippest song you’ll hear all week. You can stream the track below. - Impose Magazine


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Flamingosis is a music producer, vocal percussionist and performer drawing upon the genres of future funk and hip-hop. Always Making Real Beats. None of that "crunk" nonsense. Collaborating with other artists is a big hobby of his as well. So stay tuned everyone.