Zeds Dead, Moody Good, and Killa P Collaborate on ‘Mad Ting’: A Gritty Dubstep Track

When you blend Zeds Dead‘s genre-defying production with Moody Good’s dark, brooding sounds, you get “Mad Ting” – a haunting, otherworldly track freshly dropped on Deadbeats. From the moment you hit play, you’re immersed in a suspenseful, eerie arrangement, paired perfectly with a sharp beat. Killa P effortlessly delivers smooth lyricism as the bassline kicks in with full force. This dubstep piece maintains its ominous allure throughout, showcasing powerful wobbles, flows, and impactful pauses.

The release of “Mad Ting” coincides with Zeds Dead’s hectic tour schedule, including DeadRocks X and the annual Deadbeats Backyard Jamboree on Independence Day, followed by a Mission Ballroom performance. Moody Good, known for his gritty, sinister style and a former member of the bass music duo 16bit, adds another standout track to his repertoire following April’s “Bite Your Lip Pt. 2,” also released under Zeds Dead’s esteemed Deadbeats label.