Riot Ten shows off his diverse style in his first album release, “Hype or Die: Nightmares”. The 10-track project does not just focus on the artist’s signature bass style, but has taken inspiration from a variety of sources. He has teamed up with like-minded artists SAYMYNAME and YDG, and even a handful of hip-hop artists. The ablum was just released on Dim Mak records and fans’ feedback to the unique album has been nothing but positive.

The first handful of songs exhibit Riot Ten’s heavy bass style. ‘Mayhem’, ‘Glocks’, ‘Hyphy’, and ‘Showdown’ give us the massive speaker-blowing drops (AKA mosh pit starters) we would typically expect from the artist. In ‘Bodies’, ‘Freaky’, and ‘No Ceilings’, Riot Ten produced a perfect infusion of hip-hop and bass. In the last two songs, he diverges away from his comfort zone. ‘Never Win’ gives off a chiller vibe, similar to lofi. ‘Nightmares (Alone in the Dark)’ is a little darker, but is the perfect ending to an explosive album.

Riot Ten has already taken off on his album tour, which features support from various artists, including GG Magree, Delta Heavy, Jayceeoh, and Al Ross. The artist will be touring throughout North America and Australia until January. Be sure to stream his album down below and grab tickets for his tour here!