New York-based art director and musician Rodney Hazard has been on his grind for a while now. For the past few years, he’s been releasing a steady stream of left-field hip-hop and R&B tracks, most notably his bootleg remix of Kanye West’s “White Dress” called “Tight Dress," and as a DJ has opened for the likes of Future and Run The Jewels and holds a monthly residency at his Nvr Sleep parties.

We’ve got the exclusive on his new track “1993” featuring Brooklyn’s Gloss Gang and his own incredibly wavy production. This turn-up anthem is from his new DRMRS NVRSleep EP, which features the Kanye bootleg and remixes of fellow East Coast artists like TCVVX, LAIS, Nick Carter Green and aftertheparty. Listen to “1993” below.

Check out Rodney Hazard’s DRMRS NVRSleep EP in full below.

For more of our premieres, check out rising UK singer-songwriter Becky Hill's new track "Unpredictable" from her upcoming 'Eko' EP right here.

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