Portuguese titan KURA is out to play around a little, straying away from his usually massive big room sound straight to bass house vibes.
By far one of the biggest Portuguese dance music exports – along with the likes of KEVU, Holly, Diego Miranda, etc – KURA is an inexorable name in dance music. Sporting a flourishing career combined with energetic DJ sets, well-designed tracks and an undying love for Dragon Ball, Ruben de Almeida has risen to the very tippy tops of the big room world: amongst opportunities on stages like Ultra, Tomorrowland, ADE and more, KURA has always made the most of what is given to him, slowly but surely building on the success of each previous track. With releases on Revealed Recordings, Oxygen, Musical Freedom, Smash The House and Spinnin Records, KURA wants the world for his own.
Although being better known for his big room beats, KURA is no stranger to experiments in which he dabbles on every corner of the dance music worlds, ranging from trap, to bass music, harder tracks, progressive house, electro and now a more bass house inspired track in the shape of Gunz in My House. Kicking off with a vocal and a dry kick, KURA is quick to bring out the big guns, with a first drop filled with wubby basslines and glitchy percussion, all important for dat bass house B O U N C E. The breakdown grabs most elements from the track’s intro, with added percussion reminiscent of early 2000’s hip hop beats, climaxing nicely on the second drop, with usual big room KURA vibes incorporated.